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an imbalance between coping and physical load

overtraining

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word for chronic fatigue and apathy

staleness

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this means physical and emotional exhaustion

burnout

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there can be positive and negative forces for this

stress

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feelings of uncertainty or apprehension

anxiety

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when you focus on a constant mental stimulus

meditation

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this is an awareness and release of tension

progressive relaxation

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cognitive technique used to overcome worries

thought shopping

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create an experience in the mind

imagery

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how may an athlete entering a game be more prone to injury

their skill and coordination are sacrificed, resulting in an avoidable injury

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what are some of the symptoms that an athlete might experience as a result of negative feelings

fear and anxiety

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what hormone is releases as an acute response to stress

adrenaline or epinephrine

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what are some symptoms of sudden exercise abstinence syndrome?

heart palpitation, irregular heartbeat, chest pain, disturbed appetite, sleep disorder, increase sweating, depression

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what are some signs of staleness

fatigue, apathy, loss of appetite, indigestion, weight loss

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what is the most common mental/emotional stress producer

anxiety

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barriers to rehabilitation

depression, grief, anxiety, anger

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stages of coping with a loss

anger, bargaining, depression, grief, acceptance

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mental training techniques

imagery, meditation, progressive relaxation, thought shopping

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signs of overreacting to an injury

excessive talking, argumentative, inappropriate joking, hyperactivity