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"Certain cyclists have more trouble than others in sustaining high levels of exertion at mountainous elevations, but the study, to be published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, found that ****** could boost a rider's athletic performance by 45 per cent.

A cyclist who did not take ****** could cover a stretch of road in the high Rocky Mountains in one hour, whereas the same rider could finish the same stretch of road in 39 minutes after taking the drug, the study found."


http://foxsports.news.com.au/story/0,8659,19563710-23210,00.html
 

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BikinCO said:
"Certain cyclists have more trouble than others in sustaining high levels of exertion at mountainous elevations, but the study, to be published in the Journal of Applied Physiology, found that ****** could boost a rider's athletic performance by 45 per cent.

A cyclist who did not take ****** could cover a stretch of road in the high Rocky Mountains in one hour, whereas the same rider could finish the same stretch of road in 39 minutes after taking the drug, the study found."


http://foxsports.news.com.au/story/0,8659,19563710-23210,00.html

Kinda forgot this part....

Senior researcher Anne Friedlander emphasised, however, that ****** would not improve the performance of all cyclists.
Rather, it helped to "level the playing field" for the cyclists most affected adversely by altitude, Dr Friedlander, a physiologist, said.
Also since it creates restriction in the blood vessels, well it could be dangerous to take it, so I'm told. Incase theres anyone here stupid enough to try to take it, and then do a hard work out.
 
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