We already know that exercise is good for us for about a million reasons — it can boost
brainpower, make us look and feel good, and alleviate stress, just to name a few. But it’s not
always rainbows and butterflies after hitting the gym: Dealing with stink, sweat, and aches
working out. Excessive exercise, known as over-training, negatively affects our physical and
emotional well-being. In fact, rigorous training programs can hinder athletic performance,
increase the risk of injury during exercise and suppress our immune system.Exercise becomes
excessive when the intensity, duration or frequency of our workouts interfere with adequate
rest and recovery between workouts. Fitness level dictates how much exercise is too much.
Over-training influences hormone secretion. People, who often perform hours of cardio each
day, can experience increased secretion of cortisol — a hormone associated with stress and
weight gain. Additionally, over-training can suppress the appetite by increasing the secretion of
two hormones known as epinephrine and norepinephrine. Inadequate caloric intake during
difficult training programs can reduce the recovery rate and intensify over-training symptoms.
Immune System Changes
Too much exercise can suppress our immune system. As our body struggles with fatigue and
inadequate muscle recovery, energy reserved for proper immune-system function redirects to
repair overworked muscles and bones. Reoccurring illness during a workout program indicates
a lack of rest and possible over-training. Additionally, training while sick can lengthen the
recovery time and hinder our training to a greater extent than taking a few days off from
Inappropriate exercise can do more harm than good, with the definition of "inappropriate"
varying according to the individual. For many activities, especially running and cycling, there are
significant injuries that occur with poorly regimented exercise schedules. Injuries from
accidents also remain a major concern, whereas the effects of increased exposure to air
pollution seem only a minor concern
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