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Does muscle turn into fat from not exercising?
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Muscle and fat are two different components. So just because one is lost does not mean the other one turns in terms of the other. So that's another misnomer that ôwell if I don't exercise muscle turns into fatö or ôIf I do exercise fat turns into muscleö. They are two separate entities. So one can increase, one can decreases and vice versa. Or they both can technically increase too. So we can build muscle and we can build fat at the same time. Especially if you're doing strength training but you have an excessive amount of caloric type consumption that we are going to be storing away calories. So we can actually, unfortunately, do both.
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