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Cycling Themselves Into Early Graves…

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Guest Post Courtesy of the Xtend-Life Blog

I clearly remember the words of my physiology lecturer every time I see the daily highlights of every Tour de France stage every year. It’s been over a decade now but his words still resonate in my ears whenever I see an elite endurance athlete like a professional cyclist. I’m writing this a few hours after Cadel Evans became the first Australian to ever win the Tour de France. The world often marvels at the levels of endurance that professional cyclists seem to naturally have. The truth is that besides for a few genes, they’re no different to the rest of us. So what’s the point of this blog post you may be wondering?

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Cycling Themselves Into Early Graves…

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