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Coaching Article #23: Overtraining or under-recovery?
Topic Started: Dec 19 2012, 06:52 AM (289 Views)
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We're taught to be conscious of overtraining and its symptoms, because in the athletic world, fatigue leads to training derailments, illness or injury. However, what often goes unrecognized, by both coaches and athletes, is under-recovery. Even worse: under-recovery is often misdiagnosed as overtraining. So what's the difference?

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