If the answer is yes, you need to stop and take a break. You could be over training. Instead of getting stronger, you're getting weaker.
More after the break
To help you identify the warning signs of over training FFT spoke to Southampton's sports medicine and science manager, Mo Gimpel.
Mo Gimpel was speaking at the Science + Football Conference. This year's conference is on Wednesday, April 30 at the London Soccer Dome. For more information visit www.scienceandfootball.com
For more tips on injuries see:
How to avoid injury
The most common causes of injury
Recovery rules for football
Recovery: A how to guide
Shane Long's rules to recovery
Micah Richards: Recharge your batteries for the next game
Post match recovery starts here...
Bedtime at the Theatre of Dreams
How to sleep yourself sharp