Diagnosis of Overtraining

@article{Urhausen2002DiagnosisOO,
  title={Diagnosis of Overtraining},
  author={A. Urhausen and W. Kindermann},
  journal={Sports Medicine},
  year={2002},
  volume={32},
  pages={95-102}
}
The multitude of publications regarding overtraining syndrome (OTS or ‘staleness’) or the short-term ‘over-reaching’ and the severity of consequences for the athlete are in sharp contrast with the limited availability of valid diagnostic tools. Ergometric tests may reveal a decrement in sport-specific performance if they are maximal tests until exhaustion. Overtrained athletes usually present an impaired anaerobic lactacid performance and a reduced time-to-exhaustion in standardised high… Expand
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