Overtraining is the result of giving your body more work (training)
than it can handle. This does not happen overnight, or as a result of one or two workouts,
in fact, you have to overwork the muscles to cause growth.There is, however, a point where
they just can't keep up to a constant heavy workload. At this point, it's best to take a
few days off training and then cut the volume in half for a few weeks. This way you will
continue to make gains as you recover! Learn to recognize the signs of chronic
overtraining so you will know when to cut back before injuries occur. Some of the more
common signs are as follows:
Signs of overtraining
Please note that there may be other causes for some of these signs such as lack of sleep or too much coffee, but if you notice several of these signs, cut down on your training (cut the number of set in half) or give yourself more time between workouts.
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