How To Know When You’re Overtraining and Why It Should Be Avoided Like the Plague

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So I’ve posted this new chunky article on overtraining, how to know when you’re overtraining and why it’s important not to fall into that trap. In this age of you can do anything, you don’t need sleep or rest society, we believe that we should put in our 200% regardless of how we do it. if we get worse from working too hard, we assume it’s because we’re not working hard enough! So it becomes a vicious cycle. But putting in the effort can mean training in a varied and more considerate way, not training for the sake of it in mass volume. Please click on the link below to see the full post:

 

https://fighter-philosophy.com/how-to-know-when-youre-overtraining-and-why-it-should-be-avoided-like-the-plague/

Look forward to seeing you get involved on my site!

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