Our expert says:
It is possible to become 'overstrong' if you use artificial means of increasing the strength, but usually there are mechanisms in place to protect this from happening. It's been heard that some weight lifters have actually torn muscle from the tendon or bone when lifting very heavy weights, because the usual reflex control that prevents the muscle from being overexerted is bypassed, or malfunctions. NOw, this applies to actually lifting, whereas you are referring to becoming strong 'chronically'. The same would apply - I don't think that in a lifetime of lifting and training you would be able to become this strong - there are limits and I do think that they are well below what is possible by means of any normal training.
The exception is in young people whose bones are still growing, because here, excessive muscle growth can cause stunted growth, so that's one area to look out for. But once the bone has stopped growing (late teens) it's not really possible.
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