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What are the signs of over training with exercise?
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Chinelo Ikpeama
Obstetrics & Gynecology
2 doctors agree
In brief: Small injuries
If you find that you are frequently getting injured during training, (i.
E frequent small injuries, frequently straining a muscle, frequently pulling a hamstring), you may be over training, and you should rest your muscles more often. However, if you are stretching before and after exercise, and are injury-free with your training, you should be doing fine.

In brief: Small injuries
If you find that you are frequently getting injured during training, (i.
E frequent small injuries, frequently straining a muscle, frequently pulling a hamstring), you may be over training, and you should rest your muscles more often. However, if you are stretching before and after exercise, and are injury-free with your training, you should be doing fine.
Chinelo Ikpeama
Chinelo Ikpeama
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Dr. Neeta Jain
also in young girls secondary amenorrhoea is sometimes linked with overtraining
Dr. Seema Patel
Holistic Medicine
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Fatigue/injuries
Overtraining results in recurrent injuries, fatigue, continued muscle aches, no performance improvement, &colds.
When training for endurance, eat enough calories, drink plenty of water, sleep, and increase anti oxidants that become depleted.If you are still experiencing problems, take a break, see your doc, & visualize the game while your body recovers. Athletes in the zone perform better.

In brief: Fatigue/injuries
Overtraining results in recurrent injuries, fatigue, continued muscle aches, no performance improvement, &colds.
When training for endurance, eat enough calories, drink plenty of water, sleep, and increase anti oxidants that become depleted.If you are still experiencing problems, take a break, see your doc, & visualize the game while your body recovers. Athletes in the zone perform better.
Dr. Seema Patel
Dr. Seema Patel
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