Overtraining: Symptoms, Recovery, And Avoidance Of Overtraining

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While cyclists need training stress to promote physical adaptations, too much of it can have the opposite effect. A prolonged period of insufficient recovery and excess training stress can lead to non-functional overreaching, and ultimately to overtraining syndrome.

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