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The physiology of Lance Armstrong

A larger than normal heart, minimal build-up of lactic acid and low resting heart rate are just a few of the traits that make Lance Armstrong such a successful cyclist and could propel him to an 8th Tour de France victory. Stacy Ingraham, University of Minnesota kinesiology professor, explains the physiology of Armstrong.

University News Service

2009

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