It's so common, it's almost a cliche´ - formerly extremely fit, high-caliber athletes who turn to fat when they retire.
I know. I was one of them.
What happens over and over is that an athlete or dancer (as I was) expends tremendous amounts of energy for years and usually has a caloric intake to match.
Unfortunately, although the activity stops after retirement, the food intake often doesn't. And the sleek muscle they worked so hard for becomes jiggly, unhealthy fat.
But is that different from what many of us do on a lesser scale every day?
Think about how often you physically move in a day. If you honestly look at how you typically spend your day, you might be surprised to realize that the total time spent in real motion was surprisingly low. Chances are, you spend more hours sitting in the car, on your desk in the office and on the couch at home than you're aware.
Doctors have determined that a sedentary...
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