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2001) Training practices and overtraining syndrome in Swedish age-group athletes.
The subsequent stress following an injury or performance decline does not facilitate regeneration, further contributing to the overtraining syndrome.
Since the effects of dehydration and muscle glycogen depletion can be cumulative, inadequate refueling can contribute to overtraining syndrome.
Becoming stale, or worse, enduring full-blown overtraining syndrome or injury, is like a boat with torn sails--you're not going to get where you want to go.
Doubling your mileage requires a long lead up in order to avoid overtraining syndrome.
You may not be able to do both without significant risk for injury or overtraining syndrome.