24 Jan '13, 7pm

Are you overtraining? Here's a rundown of why it happens, how to spot it and how to dig yourself out of a deep rut:

Are you overtraining? Here's a rundown of why it happens, how to spot it and how to dig yourself out of a deep rut:

What makes overtraining scary is that runners have very few tangible ways to identify and measure whether they are overtraining. Overtraining isn’t so black & white like a stress fracture or so painfully obvious as when you run out of energy during a long run–there is no pain associated with overtraining and there are few clear signs. Researchers can measure advanced physiological factors such as catecholamine excretion and neuromuscular patterns to determine if a runner is overtraining, but us runners on the road have little conclusive evidence to determine if we’re just tired from training or going over the edge. While the signs and symptoms of overtraining aren’t overt, it is possible to identify which activities present the greatest danger to overtraining, recognize subtle signs that suggest you’re approaching the precipice, and discuss how to come back if you believe ...

Full article: http://running.competitor.com/2013/01/training/overtraini...

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