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Preventing and Treating Overtraining Syndrome: Including Tips and Tactics to Successfully Overreach (The Physical Therapy Advisor's Guide) (Volume 3)

Ben Shatto

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ISBN 10: 1548117196 / ISBN 13: 9781548117191
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Title: Preventing and Treating Overtraining ...

Publisher: CreateSpace Independent Publishing Platform

Publication Date: 2017

Binding: Paperback

Book Condition:Good

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If you’re feeling tired and burned-out, you may be suffering from Overtraining Syndrome (OTS) which usually starts with muscle soreness and a feeling of fatigue.  Then it quickly progresses into a case of OTS or even injury.  Overtraining can occur when the intensity and/or volume of exercise becomes too much for the body to properly recover from.  It’s always best to prevent OTS rather than attempt to recover from it.  Overtraining Syndrome can be dangerous and severely limit your ability to train.  It also significantly increases your risk of injury.  

How can you continue to train hard and avoid the associated poor performance, illness, and injury that can result in lost training days and opportunity?

Nothing can derail your best laid training plans and goals like an injury or suffering from OTS!  If you develop OTS, you will need to take specific steps to speed up your recovery in order to prevent injury and return to a normal training schedule.

In Preventing and Treating Overtraining Syndrome, I show you how to recognize the risk factors and symptoms of OTS.  You’ll learn how to utilize prevention strategies to help you develop a personal training strategy that will allow you to push past your limits and prior plateau points in order to reach a state of what is known as overreaching (your body’s ability to “supercompensate”).  This will speed up your results, so that you can train harder and more effectively than ever before!  In addition, learn how to use the foam roller (complete with photos and detailed exercise descriptions) as part of a health optimization program, recovery program, rest day or treatment modality.  Let’s get started!

About the Author:

Ben Shatto, PT, DPT, OCS, CSCS is a doctor of physical therapy and is a board certified Orthopaedic Certified Specialist in Physical Therapy as well as a Certified Strength and Conditioning Specialist from the National Strength and Conditioning Association (NSCA).  Ben’s goal is to help proactive adults of all ages to understand how to safely self-treat and manage common musculoskeletal, neurological, and mobility related conditions in a timely manner so they can reach their optimal health without breaking the bank by utilizing the overpriced healthcare system in the United States.

Ben’s physical therapy practice is primarily dedicated to helping clients learn how to self-treat orthopaedic conditions and how to manage chronic health issues.  He works with people of all ages and abilities ranging from office workers to runners, CrossFitters, to those with fibromyalgia, severe arthritis or other degenerative conditions.  His passion is to empower people with education, guidance, and motivation, so that they may achieve optimal health.

Ben is the author of the website  He is a frequent contributor to popular websites and podcasts including: Marathon Training Academy, The Longevity and Biohacking Show, and Competitor Magazine.

Ben runs recreationally and occasionally competes (as time allows) in races ranging from the 10k to the marathon.  He is always experimenting with different training protocols and training methods, along with regularly participating in CrossFit, weightlifting, and jujitsu.

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