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overtraining

A general term for any practice of, or training for, a particular sport which is in excess of that necessary to effectively participate in the sport. Overtraining increases the physical stress on specific parts of the musculoskeletal system, and increases the risk of injury.

overtraining

Sports medicine A general term for any practice of, or training for, a particular sport which is in excess of that necessary to participate in the sport , which ↑ the physical stress on specific parts of the musculoskeletal system. See Elite athlete, Female athlete triad, Reflex sympathetic dystrophy, Training.
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A manifestacao clinica do overtraining ocorre atraves de uma serie de sinais e sintomas responsaveis por alteracoes fisiologicas, psicologicas e comportamentais, neuroendocrinas, bioquimicas, hormonais, imunologicas e relacionadas ao rendimento (Freitas e colaboradores, 2009; Kellmann, 2010).
Overtraining is a result of pushing the body too hard -- past the point of reward.
One prevailing issue in overreaching and overtraining research is the putative lack of laboratory-based resistance training protocols which promote an 'overreaching'-like signature as discussed above.
Tratase de uma revisao sistematica realizada nas bases de dados PubMed, Bireme e Scopus, utilizando os descritores "glutamine", "overtraining" e "athletes" e o operador booelano "and".
Para Baptista (1999) citado por Silva e colaboradores (2006), a sindrome de overtraining (OT) pode ser definida como um disturbio neuroendocrino que ocorre no eixo hipotalamo-hipofise, resultado do desequilibrio entre a demanda do exercicio e a capacidade de resposta do organismo.
"I been told about overtraining because I like to keep myself busy.
Another example occurred in 2006 when the European College of Sport Science (ECSS) published its consensus statement on overtraining. [4] This statement was prompted by the many studies that were attempting to address the consequences of overtraining, but the knowledge in the area was not progressing as it should have, because the scientists were using different terms to describe the condition.
Daily, however, is not recommended as this will result in overtraining and can burn out your nervous system.
Couple that with overtraining - players just aren't fresh.
"Overtraining is when the volume and intensity of dance exceeds recovery capacity," explains Calo.
They outline the brain systems that are affected by physical activity and how they affect mental well-being, international guidelines and national population-based actions, challenges in measuring physical activity in the context of mental health, and factors influencing the interaction between mental health and physical activity, including social class, self-esteem, overtraining, physical functioning in older adults, and the impact of physical activity on mental health in long-term conditions.