Listen to the signs and stop overtraining

By October 15, 2015Bike

Cyclists are good at many things, but moderation generally isn’t one of them. Cyclists have their eyes on prize, and this hardcore dedication can lead to not knowing when to stop, slow down or take a break.

Overtraining syndrome (often abbreviated as OTS), ia the point at which a body endures more damage during exercise than it can repair.

Check out Bicycling‘s complete guide to figuring out whether you’re feeling sluggish because your sleep schedule or diet isn’t so great, or because you’re truly over-trained.

Read the guide.