Hey, this is my theory on overtraining.
On this forum, one can submit his program, and every member on here submits saying that he is overtraining, who are they to say that? a wannabe know it all, thats who they are.
You have bodybuilders who thrive off "low reps, low sets and low volume" fuck 'em, however, many use high volume, their blessed with amazing genetics and most of all, steroids, oh, the beloved juice of the gods. People ever noticed why naturals aint as big as the pro's? Because they aint juiced up to their eyes. They work intense, high volume, the way it should be, hard work. The bodybuilders of old who didnt have as much shit in 'em done far more work than the ones now, their lives were in the gym, people in the pen, marines, all train constantly at an incredibely high intensity and volume, look at them, would you call them overtrained?
I personally wouldn't, because they have more guts than all of you and all the bodybuilders around, and oh yeh, they worked for their physique, strength and fitness. So you people on low volume workouts, if its working for you, go for it bretheren. But, dont come here telling people who work hard that their overtraining, because if you havent felt the symptoms, and your growing, and your lifts are increasing, you're not overtraining.