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Overtraining: Hidden Enemy Of Motivated Players

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© February, 2003

by Mark Kovacs
Strength Coach, Certified Health And Fitness Instructor, American College Of Sports Medicine, Auburn, Ala.

THE JOB OF dedicated coaches is to motivate, teach and encourage their players to achieve the most from their ability. Many coaches, as well as motivated athletes, are unaware that working too hard can sabotage an athlete�s progress.
Some players reach a point in which their performance stagnates or even decreases. The typical reaction in this scenario is for the athlete to spend even more hours training in order to correct the drop in performance. In addition, the coach asks more of the athlete and the player ends up putting ...The full article can only be seen by subscribers.
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