Physiological and Psychological Consequences of Overtraining & Detraining
During the best of times and during challenging times we need to be mindful of the impact of training. This lecture discusses the states of overtraining, overreaching, undertraining, detraining and optimal training. The specific foci are the physiological, performance and psychological consequences of overtraining and detraining in athletes. Practical application and use of specific monitoring tools are also discussed.
INFORMATION, INSTRUCTIONS AND CONTENT PROVIDED BY THE CANADIAN SPORT INSTITUTE ONTARIO AS PART OF ONLINE PROGRAMMING (SUCH AS WEBINARS, REMOTE CONFERENCES, WORKSHOPS, ONLINE TRAINING AND LINKS) IS PROVIDED ON THE CONDITION THAT IT WILL NOT BE THE BASIS OF ANY CLAIM, DEMAND, OR CAUSE FOR ACTION. PARTICIPANTS ACTING ON THE INFORMATION, INSTRUCTIONS, OR CONTENT OF ONLINE PROGRAMMING (SUCH AS BY PERFORMING ACTIONS, STRETCHES, ROUTINES, OR MANEUVERS) DO SO VOLUNTARILY AND AT THEIR OWN RISK. PARTICIPANTS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR ENSURING THEIR PHYSICAL ENVIRONMENT AND LOCATION IS FREE FROM HAZARDS, EQUIPMENT, OR OTHER ITEM OR FACTOR THAT MAY CAUSE HARM TO THE PARTICIPANT.
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