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Definition of Overexercise
1. [v -CISED, -CISING, -CISES]
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Literary usage of Overexercise
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1. A Text-book of Elementary Military Hygiene and Sanitation by Frank R. Keefer (1918)
"Effects of overexercise.—Like all good things, exercise may be overdone. ... If the overexercise is prolonged beyond reasonable limits, the heart may suffer ..."
2. Therapeutic Gazette (1899)
"EXERCISE AND overexercise. Dr. LAUDER BRUNTON opened the session of the York Medical Society recently by an address on exercise and ..."
3. Hygiene of Childhood: Suggestions for the Care of Children After the Period by Francis Huntington Rankin (1890)
"She should neither expose herself to cold nor overexercise during the twenty-four ... This overexercise and cold to the feet transform a naturally healthy ..."
4. The Medical Clinics of North America by Richard J. Havel, K. Patrick Ober (1919)
"He has never been allowed to overexercise. This restricted life has, however, been no particular hardship to him, for he never cared much for active games. ..."
5. The American Journal of the Medical Sciences by Southern Society for Clinical Investigation (U.S.) (1901)
"In uplifting the physique to however slight a degree the mentality will be improved. We would urge also that overexercise of backward children is ..."