Re: How to analyse one's recovery characteristics? Tranquillizers to calm down?

Discussion in 'General Fitness' started by Al, Aug 2, 2005.

  1. Al

    Al Guest

    On Tue, 2 Aug 2005 11:38:13 -0400, "Dr_Dickie"
    <[email protected]> wrote:


    >>At first blush, I would say that you are overtraining.
    >>While I did not exhibit the classic symptoms that you do (elevated heart
    >>rate and sleeplessness), I found several years ago, that my legs felt "dead"
    >>all day long (I was running about 30 miles a week- over 3days; doing squats
    >>and deadlifts on the other 3 days;and walking on the treadmill in the
    >>afternoon everyday). I stopped the treadmill walking, and my running
    >>improved, as the deadlegs faded.
    >>Try taking a week or two off, and working your way back slowly to your
    >>current level.


    Thanks for your input. Yes, I suspect it was just overtraining too.
    I've heard of something called 'nervous overtraining' where the
    nervous system gets kinda frazzled. That sounds like my case. I seem
    to be in fine shape again now after taking the 1mg of Ativan
    yesterday. I probably should have worked up more gradually to my
    current levels of training.

    Al
     
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