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Is that how the Team GB athletes trained - they went to altitude and sat around on sofas reading newspapers. Lazy buggers. I hoped we made them sweat for a bit of lottery funding
but surely when athletes go to altitude training camps......they don't just go and sunbathe by the pool..they exercise there to get the benefits............
so why would just sitting in altitude make you fitter
was interested but just seem you are spamming all over the forum.and I never trust spammers so bye
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