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7 Hidden Signs of Overtraining
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I challenge the credibility of this article. There is no such thing as “too much fiber”. Our bodies evolved from getting over 100g of fiber a day. The “minimum” recommendation is 25g a day for women and 35g a day for men. That is well below what we should be getting. And sadly most Americans still do not come close to it. If you aren’t already getting a lot of fiber in your diet it’s just best to introduce it slowly.
Very good article. During the shelter in place I have ramped up my workouts and have experienced many of these signs. So good to have recommendations for body recovery and rest. Thank you.
Thank you for sharing.
Thank you! Overtraining will never be my problem!😊
Yoga is a great break in between heavy training days
I have some of these but I don't think it's from overtraining.
Thank you for this heads up on over training. Very helpful!
LOL! That will never be my problem!
This hasn't been a problem for me...
Thanks for sharing
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