Originally Answered: Is you lose weight in 2 months by excersising and eating healthy and then only stop excersisng . . .?
You don't have to actually exercise to lose weight, though you'll love yourself for it if you do because you won't have to worry about lose skin, poor muscle mass, the agonizing wait for weight loss, etc. Bottom line is a healthy diet will get you to a certain point. Your body burns about 1500 cal a day minimum just by existing (breathing, heart beating, speaking, walking from here to the fridge or the restroom, etc). So, if you eat a very vitamin rich diet (lots of vegetables, fruits, and lean protein) you can lose weight without exercising. If you do exercise, you'll add in muscle tone, more weight loss, and energy. So, when you stop exercising, if you eat more than your BMR (google it) then you will gain, otherwise, no, you won't gain it back. BUT, your body will shift the weight around and you won't have as much lean muscle mass nor will your weight be in the areas you want it to be at. Yea, that's right, its going for your hips and your butt and your stomach because that's where nature intends for it to be (if you are a girl?) because its the 'reserve areas' for child bearing.