Overtraining?

Overtraining?

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    Junkyard Dog
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    I was reading a post and somebody said to watch out about overtraining. How will I know if I’m over training and what can I do to prevent it. Thanks for your time

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    #12682

    Cannons
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    Your body will tell you when you are overtraining. The most prominent symptom is fatigue. You get tired or physically drained quicker than you normally would. Loss of appetite, Loss of motivation, loss of strength. Just listen to your body. Take mulitvitamins and EFA’s to combat cortisol build up and to help with Exercise Induced Oxidative Stress. Get at least 8 hours of sleep a night and try to get a nap in during the day. Don’t increase your volume of training too drastically, try to ease into it, let your body adjust. ZMA at night before bed on an empty stomach will help rejuvanate your tissues faster and lead to less stress on your body, since its working overtime. Hope this answered your quesion! PEACE!

    #12692

    swoletchdwg
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    Another way to tell is if you have soreness lasting several days after a wk out. I’m not talking about the soreness you get for a week when you’re just starting to train again, but if you’ve been training for a while and you keep getting chronic soreness, you should ease off a little

    #12694

    ape1821
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    It was me warned you about overtraining.

    First of all, if you

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