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Tanya Prewitt-White, Christopher P. Connolly, Yuri Feito, Alexandra Bladek, Sarah Forsythe, Logan Hamel and Mary Ryan McChesney

regarding severe injuries and life-threatening conditions, such as rhabdomyolysis ( Hadeed, Kuehl, Elliot, & Sleigh, 2011 ; Mitchell, 2008 ; Tilghman, 2010 ), the available evidence suggests this training modality is not more dangerous than other more traditional training programs ( Hak, Hodzovic

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Jesse Couture

fun some of the serious effects of overtraining, including rhabdomyolysis. “Rhabdo,” as it’s commonly known (and which appears in giant red letters, above the clown, in the aforementioned image), is a rare but potentially life-threatening condition that involves the degeneration of muscle tissue