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Overtraining and Heart Rate
Transcript of Overtraining and Heart Rate
Prevention Recovery Overload Sx Decrease in Performance
Changes in Heart Rate
Decrease in Body Weight
Increased Chance of Illness
Decreased Desire for Training/Competing
Increased Enzyme Activity
Disturbances in Sleep Patterns
Difficulty Concentrating OverReaching Chronic Acute Types and the Continuum "Restlessness and Excitation" "Inhibition and Depression" Markers Mood
Motivation Psychological Heart Rate Measures Physiological Creatine Kinase and Lactate Dehyrdogenase BioChemical White Blood Cell Count Immunological Criterion
Measure? Resting Heart
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RP Lamberts (2010) Effects of the Diurnal Cycle and Temperature Sleeping Heart Rate
Varies by 8 bpm
Waldeck (2003) Inexpensive
Achten (2003) Competitive Swimmers
Griffin (1999) Two-a-days Pre-Season