Overtrain - definition of overtrain by The Free Dictionary
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v. o·ver·trained, o·ver·train·ing, o·ver·trains Sports
To train too much: a coach who overtrained the athletes before the championship.
To engage in excessive training: a boxer who overtrained.
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) to train excessively
o•ver•train (ˌoʊ vərˈtreɪn)
to train to an injuriously excessive degree: risking overtraining by running over 90 miles a week.
Past participle: overtrained
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So don't overtrain
- focus on hitting your core two to three times a week post-workout.
Other reasons for heel pain include a stress fracture to the calcaneus, common in people who overtrain
or run on hard surfaces, or in older adults with low bone mass.
You can overtrain
your body, but you can't overtrain
We're done,' said Roach, noting that he doesn't want Pacquiao to overtrain
for his Nov.