Overtraining is the result of giving your body more work or stress than it can handle. Furthermore, overtraining occurs when a person experiences stress and physical trauma from exercise faster than their body can repair the damage. And, symptoms of overtraining are different from one person to another. Also, any combination of symptoms of overtraining indicate that you are overtrained and need to recover.
Especially relevant, non-physiological symptoms of overtraining include:
Most of all, physiological symptoms of overtraining include:
Most noteworthy, psychological symptoms of overtraining include:
In conclusion, it’s important to recognize overtraining and take steps to pull back. Furthermore, this will allow you and your body to get the maximum benefits from all your hard work.
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