Benefits of Altitude Training

Edmund R. Burke's High-Tech Cycling.


High-Tech Cycling
Edmund R. Burke's High-Tech Cycling.
Via Triathlon Training Notes : Edmund Burke notes some of the physiological benefits of altitude training. A good read.

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