In general, overtraining is a major loss of function in all parts of the body. It takes weeks to months to return to normal. The following are the main symptoms of overtraining:
1. Resting heart rate will rise
2. The ability to reach maximum heart rate and maximum oxygen uptake will be reduced.
3. Heart rate recovery time becomes longer after the event.
4. Can not complete the previous maximum training weight.
5. Vertical jump and grip strength have dropped significantly.
6. The immunity is reduced, the level of glutamine is lowered, and frequent colds are sick.
7. When testosterone drops but cortisol rises, you will often feel tired.
8. Continue to not resolve muscle pain.
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