overexert


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A third thing is the admonition not to overexert when dressing for an afternoon tea rather than mucking around in that dirty old dirt.
Counselors should keep the fatigue factor in mind and take care to avoid planning trips and activities that overexert campers or put them at risk when they are tired.
In fact, it's easy to overexert yourself, warns Nancy Gillette, lead consultant of the Aerobics and Fitness Association of America (AFAA).
Don't let your children overexert themselves in hot weather, especially when temperatures rise about 95 degrees .
Persons at greatest risk for heat-related illness include the very young, the elderly, and those who overexert themselves in hot environments, either at work or during recreational activities.
NCAA guidelines recommend schools ease athletes into spring practices so they don't overexert themselves.
I still get aches and pains and I can't overexert myself.
It might not seem like a bad thing aACAo maybe the work's easy, or you don't have to overexert yourself aACAo but being overqualified can leave you frustrated and angry after time, especially if your manager never utilizes your skill set or gives you challenging projects.
The doctors have told him not to overexert himself by taking phone calls because he's under immense pressure," she said, "as the municipality is limited in its abilities to tend to the needs of the displaced, and because the ongoing clashes are destroying the city.
Don't overexert yourself outdoors, especially in the noon hours when the sun is at its hottest.
And those Fort Dunlop fundraisers who didn't want to overexert themselves also had the option of buying a "champagne lift pass" for a fee.