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o·ver·train

 (ō′vər-trān′)
v. o·ver·trained, o·ver·train·ing, o·ver·trains Sports
v.tr.
To train too much: a coach who overtrained the athletes before the championship.
v.intr.
To engage in excessive training: a boxer who overtrained.

overtrain

(ˌəʊvəˈtreɪn)
vb
(Industrial Relations & HR Terms) to train excessively

o•ver•train

(ˌoʊ vərˈtreɪn)
v.i., v.t.
to train to an injuriously excessive degree: risking overtraining by running over 90 miles a week.
[1870–75]

overtrain


Past participle: overtrained
Gerund: overtraining

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Preterite
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Past Continuous
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Past Perfect Continuous
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Conditional
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Past Conditional
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