Research Review: Overtraining Part 1

by Paul Batman |   Date Released : 22 Dec 2001
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Paul Batman

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Paul Batman is director of the Fitness Institute Australia, a company specializing in fitness instructor education and continuing education. Prior to his current position, Paul was a university lecturer in Exercise Science for over 15 years. He has written five books, over 100 articles and made over 1,000 public presentations. Paul is a popular lecturer who is always in demand, having presented at conventions in Australia, Asia, United Kingdom and the United States. Paul's main area of research is in aerobic conditioning and exercise analysis.

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Magedera, Carl | 23 Jan 2011, 19:43 PM

In one part of article it talks about a reduced exercise heart rate as part of the over-trained state, and yet at the beginning it mentions an increased heart rate of 25 BPM at sub maximal levels. I feel this can be clarified more as it appears to conflict for no apparent reason.

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