Overtraining in Athletes

@article{Fry1991OvertrainingIA,
  title={Overtraining in Athletes},
  author={Rod W. Fry and A. Morton and David Keast},
  journal={Sports Medicine},
  year={1991},
  volume={12},
  pages={32-65}
}
  • Rod W. Fry, A. Morton, David Keast
  • Published 1991
  • Medicine
  • Sports Medicine
SummaryOvertraining appears to be caused by too much high intensity training and/or too little regeneration (recovery) time often combined with other training and nontraining Stressors. There are a multitude of symptoms of overtraining, the expression of which vary depending upon the athlete’s physical and physiological makeup, type of exercise undertaken and other factors. The aetiology of overtraining may therefore be different in different people suggesting the need to be aware of a wide… Expand
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