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The problem? Information overload. Often times, we are so busy searching for the absolute best, most optimal muscle growth or fat loss protocol that we lose sight of perfecting the basics. This is missing the forest for the trees, so to speak.

Even as a fitness professional, I find myself falling into this quest for perfection in my own training. The Specific Causes of Overload. Agnew and Szykman tell us that there are three main causes of information overload. One is pure quantity.

The. Negative Effects of Information Overload There’s a lot that can happen when your brain isn’t happy with your content consumption. Take caution and be aware of these side-effects of Information Overload and consider how you can help yourself on a regular basis, consider our programs for healthier living, or talk to your doctor about reducing. One of the key reasons that information overload has such a strong negative impact is that it so often comes to us as an interruption to a task or activity, especially now that there is such a wide range of technologies that can deliver this information to us anywhere, at any time. According to a Northeast Human Resources.

Information overload takes a toll on memory Exceeding the limit of what working memory can accommodate erodes the efficiency and quality of cognitive function. “When we continually overload the system by trying to store too much in working memory, the brain loses some of its processing power,” says Dr. Freundlich. In addition to the aforementioned effects, overtraining can lead to increased stress and hormonal changes.

As a result of this condition, your levels of cortisol, or stress hormones, tend to increase. It is possible to experience a decrease in testosterone levels, which can have negative consequences for men and women alike. “Once capacity is surpassed, additional information becomes noise and results in a decrease in information processing and decision quality” Joseph Ruff. Mental and Physical Symptoms That Indicate an Information Overload.

Everything must be done in moderation and so should the absorption of knowledge. Information overload (also known as infobesity, infoxication, information anxiety, and information explosion) is the difficulty in understanding an issue and effectively making decisions when one has too much information about that issue. Generally, the term is associated with the excessive quantity of daily information. Information overload most likely originated from information theory.

When a person engages in overtraining, the body first shows physical negative effects. Overtraining may result in increased heart rate, decreased appetite and unexplained weight loss. You. Results, World Records, and Pro Tips to your Inbox!

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For example, in the EMG study, workers with a higher body fat mass presented some changes in muscle activity, such as the occurrence of delays in the anticipatory muscular activation of the movement to start the task, potentiating the increase of musculoskeletal risk.

“Human Systems Engineering and Design: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Human Systems Engineering and Design (IHSED2018): Future Trends and Applications, October 25-27, 2018, CHU-Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France” by Tareq Ahram, Waldemar Karwowski, Redha Taiar
from Human Systems Engineering and Design: Proceedings of the 1st International Conference on Human Systems Engineering and Design (IHSED2018): Future Trends and Applications, October 25-27, 2018, CHU-Université de Reims Champagne-Ardenne, France
by Tareq Ahram, Waldemar Karwowski, Redha Taiar
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As an example, if someone lost 5 kg (11 lb), data derived from treadmill testing could not be compared with data obtained before the weight loss because physiological responses to a set speed and grade on the treadmill vary with body weight.

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by W. Larry Kenney, Jack H. Wilmore, David L. Costill
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One hypothesis is that the body is using the state of overtraining as a negative feedback mechanism for the constant state of overload without recovery [1].

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Several of these experiments were not designed to directly tease out the influence of exercise upon body fat mass and did not control for caloric intake, energy expenditure and potential compensatory behaviours that may increase or decrease one’s energy balance.

“Concurrent Aerobic and Strength Training: Scientific Basics and Practical Applications” by Moritz Schumann, Bent R. Rønnestad
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by Moritz Schumann, Bent R. Rønnestad
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Results showed no significant weight gain for those enrolled in summer school, while students who did not attend summer school demonstrated significant increases in body weight and percent body fat as well as decreased aerobic fitness as measured at the beginning and end of the summer break.

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Because, after taking muscle biopsies, measuring muscle enzyme activity, and lipid utilization in the post exercise state, they found that high-intensity intermittent exercise caused more calories and fat to be burned following the workout.

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by Joshua Clark, Mark Lauren and, Clark Joshua, Lauren Mark, Limited, 2010

Recent evidence suggests the importance of individual load monitoring for detecting possible negative outcomes and reducing the risk of overtraining, illness, and injury.

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So that the exerciser can determine his or her effectiveness in adhering to the exercise protocol over the duration of the workout, the monitor will compute the time spent above and below the targeted zone, as well as the average rate for the entire workout.

“Body Fascism: Salvation in the Technology of Physical Fitness” by Brian Pronger
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by Brian Pronger
University of Toronto Press, 2002

For example, if you switched to a lighter weight because of your inability to complete the reps at a scheduled load of an 8to 10RM zone for the squat exercise, you would not want to continue to use the heavier load for the power clean exercise that involves the use of virtually the same muscle groups.

“Optimizing Strength Training: Designing Nonlinear Periodization Workouts” by William J. Kraemer, Steven J. Fleck
from Optimizing Strength Training: Designing Nonlinear Periodization Workouts
by William J. Kraemer, Steven J. Fleck
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The authors acknowledge that while tightly controlled, this study only represents the initial compensation to exercise-induced energy deficits and longer studies are needed to elucidate the chronic relationships between these variables.

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Springer International Publishing, 2020

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  • We’re not just being bombarded by more and more information everyday, but increasingly more and more channels and technological means of accessing information, as well. The entertainment industry, the marketing world, and the information peddling media, in particular, are always competing for our attention. Of course, humans instinctively crave knowledge and data and specifically the information derived from them form the basis of that understanding. We don’t want to be left out of the loop of the business and technological advancements and the related human enterprise opportunities, so we become increasingly susceptible to information overload; in turn, potentially leading to anxiety, antisocial tendencies, dysfunctional relationships, a rat race lifestyle, and generally-speaking a more degraded quality of life. Information craving has turned into a modern day addiction. We now have to be trained in the art of filtering the noise and the mountains of otherwise useless information, in order to kick the habit and lead more fulfilling lives.

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    It is a fact that our voluntarily and involuntary muscles are driven by our emotions, particularly when we are afraid or fearful. This ‘flight or fight’ response, or as it is known today as ‘flight fight freezing system’, or FFFS makes your heart race, your internal organs shut down, and primes your muscles to act to defend yourself, or else run for the hills. On the other hand, the simple tensions that occur when we find it hard to make up our minds activate the postural musculature alone, a simple response that shares little in common with the complex neurological and muscular reactions which comprise fear. In other words, see a spider far away and our postural muscles will move because we think, but see a spider on your nose, and all your muscles and a whole lot more will move because we fear. Do these separate instances correspond to the same neurological causes? Of course not. In both cases, you are avoiding the spider, and yet in each case your physiological responses are distinctively different not only in degree but also in kind.
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  • Working memory overload
    Why cant I remember my precious memory?
    Surfing web here and there, playing video games for 8 hours, facebooking and on the phone all the time make information overload -> working memory overload

    Working memory is responsible for:
    1. Intake information
    2. Will power focus
    3. Treating in your life
    4. Taking new information and linking with the information you already know
    5. Behavior response based on information
    6. How to use information in your life

    How to reduce it? -> Digital information diet
    1. Eliminate your facebook, handphone and webpages
    2. Read real book 4 months
    3. Find quiet time for self-reflection.

    Find quiet time -> to become more clarity in thought, talk without run some tangent
    -> Nabi Muhammad SAW did this too Gua Hira’ time

    Time is the comodity technology will take it if you dont control it.

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