You heart rate seriously changes. If you see a big change, either faster or slower while at rest, it could be a sign that you need a break.
You get dropped on an easy ride. With a power meter or keeping a journal, if you flip back through the past three weeks of the log and see nothing but felt tired, it is time to take a break.
Keep getting sick. Anything from a lingering cold or road rash or cuts that refuse to heal could be a sign that your body is overextended and struggling to repair itself.
Your appetite is off. Over cycling may make you not feel hungry even when you are burning calories and easy to feel tired when you reduce the exercise intensity.
Decreased body balance, accompanied by reduced muscle elasticity
Cannot stay motivated during cycling training programs.
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