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2005 NZ Track Team Pre World Champs Camp, Mexico
12 Mar, 2005
Altitude, physiologist make conditions uncomfortable



G’day from 6000ft.
   Finally, the first rest day of our intense training camp has arrived. I can tell you it is very welcome.
   We arrived in Mexico about a week ago and adaptation to altitude is slowly occurring. Slowly but surely.
   We have an exercise physiologist with us this year just to make sure our bodies are coping with the intensity and the altitude. 
   


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