Overtraining: The 7 Signs You're Doing Too Much
Could overtraining be the reason you're not making progress?
In most of walks of life you’re told that hard work pays off. If you work harder then good things will come. You’ll get a better job, earn more money, drive a faster car, or whatever it is that you consider to constitute success. But when it comes to fitness it’s not quite the same. Because overtraining is a real thing. And it could be the one thing that’s holding back your progress.
You’re hitting the weights hard in every workout. And those workouts are lasting several hours. And maybe even multiple times per day. Because you want to achieve your goals so bad that you’re committed to putting in the effort.
But no matter how much you keep toiling away in the gym you never really see the progress you expect. And worse still others around you seem to be making better progress doing a lot less. So what figures? Why is it these guys and girls are outstripping your progress. Relative to you, their slackers.
If any of that resonates with you then the next few minutes you spend reading this article could turn that around. Because you could be showing the classic signs of overtraining.
More, more, more does not always lead to more, more, more.
In this article, you’re going to find out all about the topic of overtraining. And how it can potentially impact how quickly (or slowly) you achieve your goals.
You’ll find out what overtraining exactly is, how to spot the signs, and most importantly what to do about it.
So let’s get into the detail and give you the knowledge you need to make sure you don’t fall into the overtraining trap.