Definition of Overtrained

1. Verb. (past of overtrain) ¹



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Definition of Overtrained

1. overtrain [v] - See also: overtrain

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Lexicographical Neighbors of Overtrained

overtout
overtouted
overtouting
overtouts
overtower
overtowered
overtowering
overtowers
overtrade
overtraded
overtrader
overtraders
overtrades
overtrading
overtrain
overtrained (current term)
overtraining
overtrains
overtread
overtreading
overtreads
overtreat
overtreated
overtreating
overtreatment
overtreatments
overtreats
overtrick
overtricks
overtried

Literary usage of Overtrained

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1. The Sanitarian by Medico-Legal Society of New York (1899)
"It is not common for a boy to become overtrained, or "stale, as it is called, but it may sometimes happen that under the direction of a too enthusiastic ..."

2. Physical Education by Muscular Exercise by Luther Halsey Gulick (1904)
"The slight extra degree of skill that can be secured by excessive training will never compensate for the loss that comes to the one who is overtrained. ..."

3. Health and Disease: Their Determining Factors by Roger Irving Lee (1917)
"The athlete's muscles and strength are the same after becoming overtrained as before. What he has lost is the quick and perfect control over his muscles and ..."

4. A System of Physiologic Therapeutics: A Practical Exposition of the Methods by Solomon Solis-Cohen (1904)
"The slight extra degree of skill that can be secured by excessive training will never compensate for the loss that comes to the one who is overtrained. ..."

5. The Book of School and College Sports by Ralph Henry Barbour (1904)
"Even if the overtrained player escapes injury, he is still of doubtful value to his team —in fact, the average coach will choose an undertrained player ..."

6. Proceedings of the United States Naval Institute by United States Naval Institute (1897)
"Many a game of foot-ball, many a boat-race, has been lost owing to the fact that the team or crew was overtrained and not because their work was inferior; ..."

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