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Don't Push Yourself Too Hard: How to Know if You're Overtraining

ClassPass—August 12, 2015

ClassPass blog writes an article to help individuals identify when they are overtraining.

Hospital for Special Surgery's Michael Silverman, PT, MSPT, provides advice on the importance of including a rest day in your workout plan. "You can prevent working out too much by having scheduled days off included in your routine," he explains. "This will force your body to rest, which it absolutely needs."

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