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When you overdo it, by using an exfoliant too often or too vigorously, you can easily end up with red, blotchy skin and even abrasions.
Sure, smileys help get your meaning across, but try not to overdo the cutesy factor.
Don't overdo it now because you might regret it later.
I encourage the use of a heart-rate monitor that looks like a wristwatch, so people can watch their heart rate as they're exercising and not overdo it at the beginning," he adds.
The Sun quoted Evra as saying: "He can overdo it when he falls.
Did you know that it is possible (as is true with almost all things) to overdo it?
While it's true you don't want to overdo it, you should exercise intensely enough to work up a sweat, get your heart beating into your training zone, and feel a sense of satisfaction for having completed your workout.
The best way to avoid DOMS is with smart training--don't overdo it--but, no matter how smart you are about your training, DOMS bits every runner at one time or another.
Between earnest promises not to overdo it, Karl Malone permits himself to be ambitious and even optimistic.
But I don't want to get too excited, I don't want to overdo it.
In addition to forcing him to sit out occasionally so he doesn't overdo it, Jordan said the surgically repaired knee is limiting his effectiveness in other areas.
With an extreme winter dry spell like the one in January, don't overdo the water, though.