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Thank you for sharing Antonio, lets head back to Mr. Murray and get an analysis of the situation.
Mr. Murray, can you give us any explanation of Mr. Gates' account of this particular type of burnout?
Yes of course. This is not an uncommon occurrence.
All of this overtraining can lead to burnout, which may have a detrimental effect on the person that is participating in sports. One contributing factor to overtraining may be pressure to compete and succeed. This pressure makes athletes either shut down, or push themselves to far; both of which can cause psychological and physical damage.
Thank you so much for the information Mr. Murray. It seems this is a common issue, what are ways in which athletes can prevent this?
There are lots of ways of preventing this type of burnout: Maximum sporting activity: 5 days per week Minimum rest: 1 day per week, Seasonal rest: 2-3 months off per year (1 month off every 3 months) Maximum training increase: 10% per week Participate on only one team per season Be sure to check in with the athlete frequently. Ask about sport motivation. Is it still fun? Focus on appropriate nutrition, hydration, and sleep Limit tournament play
Thank you both so much for your time today!
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