Does over training exist?!
If you're logging five hours of hardcore gym time every week, you probably aren’t at risk of overtraining. But if you're going longer than that, and training is becoming a borderline addiction even to the point of possible harm, it’s probably time to reassess your goals. Here are the top 3 problems that may occur when you over train
Decreased motivation - It’s not unusual to occasionally want to skip a workout. But, if you generally live, breathe, and sleep the gym life, then suddenly become disinterested, you’re probably overexerting yourself.
Halted progress - Has your body stopped changing in spite of your best efforts? If so, you may be overtraining. When you’re overtraining, your body is going in the opposite direction of growth, because your muscles are torn and all you’re doing is re-tearing them again.
Extended muscle soreness - It’s normal to have sore muscles for a day or two after a workout. But if you’re still sore past the 72-hour mark, be sure to schedule a break and rest.