It was a privilege to be asked back for the third year in a row to the Age Management Medicine Group Conference in Las Vegas!
Details of this lecture are on the AMMG website
Saturday, November 12th in the main auditorium:11:15 AM – 12:00 PM
Recognizing Stages of the Overtraining Syndrome Causing Hormonal and Neurologic Disruption
Rob Kominiarek, D.O., FACOFP
Director, ReNue Health®, Springboro, OH
Assistant Clinical Professor, Ohio University College of Osteopathic Medicine
During my talk, I had some fun with my great friend and mentor, Florence Comite. Here I explain why Florence, not Hillary Clinton, is the most powerful woman in the world.
Overtraining syndrome can have various signs and symptoms, depending on the individual. The overtraining syndrome is an imbalance in the Autonomic Nervous System (ANS) and in a simple equation: Training = Workout + Nutrition +Recovery. The imbalance in both workout intensities and inadequate recovery along with food sensitivities, adrenal fatigue, nutrient deficiencies, and hormonal imbalance leads to the various stages of overtraining syndrome. Those attending this lecture will learn to identify the stages of overtraining syndrome:
Stage 1: Also called functional overtraining. The onset and earliest stage where very subtle signs and symptoms can indicate you are starting overtraining.
Stage 2: Also called sympathetic overtraining. A more obvious stage associated with specific nervous, hormonal and mechanical imbalances causing a variety of signs and symptoms.
Stage 3: Also called parasympathetic overtraining. A serious end-stage of overtraining associated with the exhaustion of neurological and hormonal factors, typically with serious physical, hormonal and psychological injuries.
Attendees will further learn implementation to recovery of hormonal, neurologic, and physical functioning thorough laboratory testing, exercise protocols, biofeedback, strategic supplementation, hormone supplementation and replacement when necessary.