The body will protect itself from stress, i.e., exposure from high intensity sunlight the body will develope a tan, exposer to high intensity exercise (wieght lifting) the body will deveolpe bigger muscles, from stress of arobic exercise such as running the hart & lungs will become more effecient. Friction on the skin will cause a callus to develope, To much friction will cause a blister
If there is to much stress the body wont adapt i.e., if a sun tanner is exposed to long to high intensity sun light they will start to burn, the skin then muscle will start to break down taken to the extreame death would occure
From practise a skier can develope precise movements so thier neural pathway becomes more effecient for those movements. To much stress such as from sun light, exercise causes the body to breakdown instead of being able to adapt to the stress.
Perhaps to much practice & or skiing results in the neural pathway to breakdown ?
The body can adapt to stress by becoming stronger but to much stress can cause it to breakdown.
If stress is causing the neural pathway to develope? It makes me wonder if to much stress on a precise neural pathway could cause it to break down ? So there could be a precise amount of practice that can be done for best results, Just like there is a precise amount of sun exposer needed to develope a tan.
Was not sure where to start this thread. So moderator can move it to best location