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    Quote Originally Posted by Admin View Post
    How Can One Prevent Overtraining?
    I realise this thread was started way back, however since it's been resurrected, I thought I'll add my own contribution based on past experiences.

    Back in September of 2014, I wrote a full article on this particular subject, I called it: Overtraining or under-recovering?

    There are certain facts we need to consider here. Prior to the stage we call over training, there are two stages that take place, one on purpose, and one (perhaps) by some miscalculation, stupidity, or both, done by the coach.

    As I've alluded to above, there are two stages that precede a state of overtraining, these two stages are called over-reaching, more precisely functional over-reaching, or "FOR" for short (that's the positive stage you want to push your athlete into on certain occasions), and the other being non-functional over-reaching, or NFOR for short, and this particular stage right here, ought to give you a sense of what it is to feel over trained, yet not quite sending you over the edge once all is said and done.

    For anyone who's particularly interested in this subject of over-training, please read the full article I wrote (with its link above), and feel free to ask me any question on the subject should you have any.

    Thanks.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fadi View Post
    I realise this thread was started way back, however since it's been resurrected, I thought I'll add my own contribution based on past experiences.

    Back in September of 2014, I wrote a full article on this particular subject, I called it: Overtraining or under-recovering?

    There are certain facts we need to consider here. Prior to the stage we call over training, there are two stages that take place, one on purpose, and one (perhaps) by some miscalculation, stupidity, or both, done by the coach.

    As I've alluded to above, there are two stages that precede a state of overtraining, these two stages are called over-reaching, more precisely functional over-reaching, or "FOR" for short (that's the positive stage you want to push your athlete into on certain occasions), and the other being non-functional over-reaching, or NFOR for short, and this particular stage right here, ought to give you a sense of what it is to feel over trained, yet not quite sending you over the edge once all is said and done.

    For anyone who's particularly interested in this subject of over-training, please read the full article I wrote (with its link above), and feel free to ask me any question on the subject should you have any.

    Thanks.
    Fadi! Nice to hear from you again friend.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Timeah View Post
    Fadi! Nice to hear from you again friend.

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    Well thank you strong man, appreciated!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fadi View Post
    I realise this thread was started way back, however since it's been resurrected, I thought I'll add my own contribution based on past experiences.

    Back in September of 2014, I wrote a full article on this particular subject, I called it: Overtraining or under-recovering?

    There are certain facts we need to consider here. Prior to the stage we call over training, there are two stages that take place, one on purpose, and one (perhaps) by some miscalculation, stupidity, or both, done by the coach.

    As I've alluded to above, there are two stages that precede a state of overtraining, these two stages are called over-reaching, more precisely functional over-reaching, or "FOR" for short (that's the positive stage you want to push your athlete into on certain occasions), and the other being non-functional over-reaching, or NFOR for short, and this particular stage right here, ought to give you a sense of what it is to feel over trained, yet not quite sending you over the edge once all is said and done.

    For anyone who's particularly interested in this subject of over-training, please read the full article I wrote (with its link above), and feel free to ask me any question on the subject should you have any.

    Thanks.
    Hello @Fadi;
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    Hello @Fadi;
    Hello Adrian, it's been a while mate. I hope you're in good health Sir.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Fadi View Post
    Hello Adrian, it's been a while mate. I hope you're in good health Sir.
    I知 good thanks.

    Hope you池e doing well too.
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    No such thing as overtraining, only under-eating, under-sleeping and the failure of will


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    Quote Originally Posted by Tirion View Post
    No such thing as overtraining, only under-eating, under-sleeping and the failure of will
    Ok I値l train 12hrs per day everyday. I値l never overtrain???
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    Quote Originally Posted by Shrek View Post
    Ok I値l train 12hrs per day everyday. I値l never overtrain???
    You値l be fkd after 3.
    i tend agree
    undertraining is more common
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    Quote Originally Posted by Tirion View Post
    No such thing as overtraining, only under-eating, under-sleeping and the failure of will
    Definatley is a thing. But most people are under recovering rather. As you alluded to.

    Definately can overtrain though, even when getting all the little things right. Too much volume too soon will burn you out fast as fuck.

    Also as grunt said, most people are undertraining...OR not training correctly (if results have stopped and they think they have stalled). Like all the little stupid ****s who think after 1 year of training they are maxxed and ready for gear. Lol.

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