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11 signs of OVERTRAINING (and what to do about it!)
11 signs of OVERTRAINING (and what to do about it!)

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11 signs of OVERTRAINING (and what to do about it!).

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  1. Lee says:

    I dedicated my whole life to fitness and training last year I was 180 lbs 10% body fat 5’11 now I have these issues when I start to train my brain is on over drive I have difficulties recovering and sleeping my nutrition and everything is in check am I over trained I can never sleep but when I stop working out for a 3-4 days I can sleep again I think I really went to hard and last year I had sleep problems for a whole year and I would go work out sometimes

  2. joe perry says:

    I think there is a connection between overtraining and a elevated PSA. I changed to a new doctor and he did my heart rate and psa testing in a different way than my previous doctor. My previous doctor got me a appointment to draw blood very early in the morning with nobody else there but the nurse. Heart rate, blood pressure and psa were a lot less. I wish the Medical profession would look into trying a bit of science vs the opposite.

  3. J Bas says:

    Appreciate you sharing your insight on this subject.
    Just completed a back to back strenuous cycling program and noticed via my heart rate monitor a prolonged elevated heart rate during the latter portion of the exercise and for a period of 24 hours thereafter. Usually I have a rapid heart rate recovery however not this time. Can I attribute this situation to “Over Training” and not worry about it? Male in my sixties and very competitive.

  4. Chan Peter says:

    Thanks from Hong Kong, I have been training intensively and regret the actual competition result is nowhere meeting my simulation result, played like a junior. I am even lack of power to get up for lunch.

  5. Pakaderm Gaming says:

    I wish it was much MUCH harder to overtrain because I've definitely been overtraining. What am I supposed to do? I'm literally addicted to working out and feel like I'm withdrawing from drugs if I don't work out for even one day.

  6. Raga Putra says:

    I already take like 1-2 days break a week, but idk why these few days is difficult for my body to train. I'm easily feel fatigued in the middle of working out, even tho my food is as healthy as before

  7. the Andy B channel. says:

    I think I've been guilty of this, I'm 46 an recently lost weight and started working out. I did it to help a few back an shoulder issues, which it did but I'm doing weights every day an other activity regularly. At first things were great I stopped taking any analgesia. But six months later, I'm getting sore again.

  8. Carlos Nuñez says:

    I am not sure if you will respond but recently I’ve picked up weight training and I’ve been trying to find a balance with how much excersise I do. I am a fourteen year old male, five foot five, and around 116 lbs. I Currently I hit the gym about four times a week for about an hour or two which I spend lifting dumbbells and doing dumbbell excersise. I usually follow videos like @bullyjuice and @fraserwilson workouts. On the days I go to the gym in the afternoon I do a 45-60 min abs and hiit workout using @chloeting videos in the morning. On days I do not hit the gym I use lighter dumbbells at home for around 45min and do some dumbbell excersise and do my 45-60 min abs and hiit and go on a 30 min run and walk around this empty parking lot. And everyday I get 10k steps and try to get in five miles of walking. and on sundays I just try to get my steps and miles. I’ve been feeling quite a few of these symptoms and I’m not sure what to do. Do you have any advice on how to fix up my excersise routine. I eat 2250 calories a day and my macros are 70 grams of fat, 180 grams of carbs of days I do not go to the gym and 190 on days I do, and I try to get 240 grams of protein everyday. I would really appreciate your help

  9. Ryan Deffley says:

    I'd say it has more to do with being "under" recovered or "under" fed. When I do occasionally deal with overtraining it's always because I either take on too much volume/frequency, or I'm not eating enough calories.

    Recently I knew that I'd been overdoing it with high frequency two-a-days and under eating. Joints started to have prolonged soreness, sleep was off, etc.. So I devoted one day to full rest, calorie surplus (easily 6K+), and I slept 12hrs. Next day I was about 90% back to normal. It's a good reminder to try and find balance in training.

  10. Blake Harbert says:

    Hey doc, I am a college athlete that has been training since the beginning of high school, I recently bumped up my training for summer workouts and I can’t seem to conclude if I’m overtraining or not. I’m always soar which is usual, but some days I have to take off because of extra tight muscles. I used to train for about 1-2 hours a day for 6-7 days a week which was usually fine. I recently started doing 2 a days which include 1h 30min wh eight training flowers by 1 hour of speed agility training. Has been going well but I am concerned it will lead to injury if I keep going through workouts while I am soar from previous days. I also am noticing that I have no problem falling asleep but when I wake up in the middle of the night to use the bathroom I cannot fall back asleep after and usually end up with only about 5-6 hours of sleep. I recently woke up with a sore throat, I wonder if it has something to do with the ability and strength of my immune system to recover my body as well. I do stretch every morning and eat extremely healthy to speed recovery processes.

  11. Nestor C says:

    I know this one wasn’t listed and I’m interested in hearing your take. I recevtky started hitting the gym hard, and went and got a periodic blood test. Turns out my ALT and AST were extremely elevated. Could this also be because of overtraining? I don’t drink, my diet is relatively healthy and the only supplements I take are creatine and beta ecdysterone

  12. ELLIPTICAL WR says:

    Hey, I train my chest 3 times a week as a 15 year old, 12 sets a workout so 36 sets a week, my strength is increasing but am I over training, I don't suffer any of the above symptoms accept tiredness within the first two hours when I wake up, so am i good or overt training? Thanks

  13. Kristaps Rieznieks says:

    LOL i have most of those signs… i had them before i trained… so only 2h of gym every day… full trotile… with supersets… you think i could be overtraining? i have quite physical work btw

  14. BK Arnhem says:

    I feel like im addicted to lifting weights, because it feels so great, but im not seeiing big changes after 4 years of training. Could overtraining be the biggest cause to that?

  15. troyiverson28 says:

    As far as over training goes… Im a bit confused on this. In my case im training for armwrestling and im being told by the best in the game that you wanna train arms/ forearms every day with lots of volume atleast in some degree to condition your muscles and tendons. Some training 3 times a day! What would u say to them? That being said they are the best at what they do. What should I do please help?

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