Are you overtraining without realizing it? Do your legs ever feel heavy (like I talked about in my last episode), or are you bored, have a difficult time concentrating, difficulty sleeping, low energy, or any of the other symptoms I share in this episode? If so, then you may be overtraining and not overreaching, which is putting you at risk for illness, injury, and burnout. Listen to this episode to learn how to identify overtraining and what to do about it.
Here are some other episodes to listen to related to overtraining and preventing it:
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