4 classic signs of overtraining: ignore at your own risk

Akash Sehrawat

January 28

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Akash is a creator of 25+ programs and certificate courses in which more than 200,000 students have enrolled both on Udemy and Fabulous Body's native platform. Akash is also an author of three books that can be found on Amazon. His answers on Quora have gathered more than 12 million views in less than a year.

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7 thoughts on “4 classic signs of overtraining: ignore at your own risk

  1. Thank you! Your articles are always filled with great information that seems to target exactly what I am doing wrong and what I am doing correct. You are a great inspiration to me.

  2. Best illustration that I ever read about the Over-training.Specifically when you say the excuses. That’s is touching. Thanks.

  3. Hello Stefanie,

    Intensity is inversely proportional to the total volume of one’s workouts. You can workout twice a day given the fact that the intensity is low. But if someone who does heavy weight lifting or HIIT’s the recovery time is much more. For example, I just cannot weight train more than 3 times a week. Overall, 4-5 hours of activity [both high+low intensity] is more than enough for me. Recovery also depends on one’s genetics, sleep, and nutrition.
    does this make sense?

  4. Your articles are always so short but impactful enough to want to read. This comes at the best Tim when I was panicking about my energy. I went on a very intense hike, I came back VERY tired and all muscles aching. I rested on the day but felt lazy and that had let myself down for not being able to train for the following two days after the hike. Now I get it, today my workout was average and left me uninspired which is day 3. Reading this article makes all the sense, I’m going to rest a little more this week without feeling guilty about it.

    Thank you.

  5. Hi Pula,

    It is okay to let your body get some time to recover.

    The best practice is to get back to the routine when the body and mind are able to.

    Regards,
    Kunal,
    Team Fabulous Body

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