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Is overtraining possible?

rxmuscle

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Overtraining manifests itself in a variety of ways. Physical signs include an elevated morning pulse (10 beats faster than usual), constantly high blood pressure, chronic muscle discomfort, an increased frequency of common diseases such as colds, an increased incidence of injuries, and a loss of appetite and weight. Overtraining may have non-physiological consequences.
 
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Of course, it does. Someone who is in lousy shape can overtrain by doing a workout someone who is a gym regular does every day.
 
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Yes, overtraining is definitely possible and can show up in different ways. Physically, signs of overtraining can include having a faster morning pulse than usual, consistently high blood pressure, ongoing muscle soreness, getting sick more often like catching colds, experiencing more injuries, and noticing a decrease in appetite and weight. Overtraining can also affect you mentally and emotionally. It's important to pay attention to these signs and give your body enough rest and recovery time to avoid the negative effects of overtraining. Finding a good balance between training and rest is key to staying healthy and reaching your fitness goals.
 

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