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Summary

A review of the most important symptoms and causes of overtraining is given. Exemplary cases of overtraining triggered by incorrect training are presented. Moreover, the reduced mobilization of glycolytic energy in a state of overtraining is briefly discussed. It is indicated that in the case of suspected overtraining, reduced maximal.lactate concentration can be a helpful differential diagnostic parameter. Regular controls of urea in blood serum under standardized conditions are suitable to prevent overtraining.

Overtraining, Symptoms and Causes

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