Definitions

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  • verb Present participle of overtrain.

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Examples

  • This is called overtraining, the general term used to describe running at a level beyond what your body is capable of.

    ChiRunning

  • In sport, these conditions are referred to as overtraining and undertraining.

    The Power of Full Engagement

  • In sport, these conditions are referred to as overtraining and undertraining.

    The Power of Full Engagement

  • In sport, these conditions are referred to as overtraining and undertraining.

    The Power of Full Engagement

  • In athletes, this is called overtraining, and in the business world it relates to burnout.

    Greeley Tribune - Top Stories

  • Please explain "overtraining" and any negative results thereof.

    About.com Exercise

  • -3/+17Who knows what bad effects this kind of overtraining will have on this boy when he is older -- absolutely child abuse IMHO

    Original Signal - Transmitting Digg

  • But one doctor warns that "overtraining" may be overdiagnosed - and is unlikely to actually affect runs who do less than 50 miles a week.

    Runner's World: Daily News

  • But one doctor warns that "overtraining" may be overdiagnosed - and is unlikely to actually affect runs who do less than 50 miles a week.

    Runner's World: Daily News

  • But one doctor warns that "overtraining" may be overdiagnosed - and is unlikely to actually affect runs who do less than 50 miles a week.

    Runner's World: Daily News

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