If a little exercise is good for you, more must be better, right? Yes, but only up to a point.

This tipping point is known as overtraining syndrome (OTS) and, in short, leads to a decrement in fitness level and possibly injury.

Overtraining can happen to anyone.

Whether you are male or female, you are equally at risk for OTS. Recognizing the early signs and combating them can prevent detrimental fitness and health outcomes.

Discover the 9 signs of overtraining in this week’s post:

Read it now: Finding the Right Amount of Exercise

Living the wellness life together,

Dr. Michele Neil-Sherwood