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9 Signs Of Overtraining And What You Should Do About It

Sun, 11/19/2017 - 13:01 -- admin
Are you worried that you might be pushing yourself too far? In this article we’re going to break down some common signs of overtraining so you can identify if you need to make a change. There are some people out there that shrug off overtraining as a myth. Something that those who’re too soft to train hard use as an excuse. And I can understand why. In every other area of our life we are told that if we work harder and longer at something we will get better results. If you spend more time with your family and friends you’ll usually have better relationships. If you want to learn a new skill, the more time and energy you devote to it the better you’ll get. If you work harder and stay back late at the office you’ll usually end up getting a promotion. However in fitness that isn’t the case. Here’s a simple definition of training: Training = Work + Rest A lot of people neglect the rest side of things and only worry about the work half. The simple fact of the matter is that you don’t improve while you are training, you improve when you’re recovered and your body grows back stronger. Overtraining simply comes down to an imbalance between your levels of work and recovery. If you’re body doesn’t have enough time to sufficiently recover from the work you’ve just done before you go again a number of things can go wrong. If you’re training hard for 5 hours every week you probably aren’t at risk of overtraining. However if you are training one muscle group for 2 hours doing sets after sets you are probably overtraining without realising it. Here are a list of some of the signs of overtraining. If you are experiencing only one of the signs it may not mean you are overtraining but if you are experiencing multiple you may need to make a change.
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