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PSYCHO-PHYSIOLOGICAL MARKERS OF OVERREACHING AND OVERTRAINING IN ENDURANCE SPORTS : A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE

@inproceedings{Bell2013PSYCHOPHYSIOLOGICALMO,
  title={PSYCHO-PHYSIOLOGICAL MARKERS OF OVERREACHING AND OVERTRAINING IN ENDURANCE SPORTS : A REVIEW OF THE EVIDENCE},
  author={L. Bell and L. Ingle},
  year={2013}
}
We review the latest evidence from studies that have examined psycho-physiological markers of overreaching (OR) and overtraining (OT) in endurance-based sports. MEDLINE (PubMed), SportDiscus©, AdisOnline and Ingentaconnect© were searched without time or language restrictions using free text words. Hand searching was conducted, with searches supplemented by a review of the bibliography of each retrieved article. There were 152 studies identified and associated with OR/OT in the context of… Expand

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