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Burnout

Depletion of a tax shelter's benefits. In the context of mortgage backed securities it refers to the percentage of the pool that has prepaid their mortgage.

Burnout

In a mortgage-backed security, the percentage of mortgages underlying the security that were not re-financed following a drop in interest rates. Historically, a mortgage that is not re-financed is less likely to re-finance at the next drop in interest rates. As a result, potential investors in mortgage-backed securities often look for a high burnout rate because it reduces prepayment risk, or the risk that investors will be deprived of future interest payments because too many mortgages are prepaid.
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Plasma amino acid concentrations in the overtraining syndrome: possible effects on the immune system.
(1998) Fatigue and underperformance in athletes: The overtraining syndrome. British Journal of Sports Medicine 32, 107110.
Brunel Mood Scale (BRUMS): an instrument for early detection of overtraining syndrome. Revista Brasileira De Medicina Do Esporte.
The unknown mechanisms of the overtraining syndrome. Clues from depression and psychoneuroimmunology.
Individual differences in stress tolerance and recovery make the development of the overtraining syndrome difficult to predict.
Thus, the purpose of this meta-analysis was to provide summary quantitative findings of non-invasive physiological measures, biomarkers (i.e., blood), and psychological aspects associated with the overtraining syndrome.
True (A) or false (B)--click on the correct answer: The main difference between the overtraining syndrome and non-functional overreaching is the severity of the symptoms.
allowing diagnosis of overtraining syndrome. Longitudinal studies appear
Overtraining syndrome is the result of increaing your training demands faster than your body can adapt to the challenges--too much, too fast, too soon.
Relationship of the overtraining syndrome with stress, fatigue, and serotonin.
Since the effects of dehydration and muscle glycogen depletion can be cumulative, inadequate refueling can contribute to overtraining syndrome. Here are strategies you can use to improve your recovery eating habits and make sure that you are always running on a full tank.
Monitoring training in athletes with reference to overtraining syndrome. Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, Vol.30, Num.7, p.1164-1168, 1998.