Reversibility Principle?

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The Principle of Reversibility applies to exercise and fitness training. It means If you don't use it, you lose it. While rest periods are necessary for recovery after workouts, extended rest intervals reduce physical fitness.
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The Principle of Reversibility states that an athlete loses the effects of training when they stop working out. But on the upside it also means that detraining effects can also be reversed when they resume training. While rest periods are necessary for recovery during exercise, extended rest intervals reduce physical fitness.
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