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RE: altitude trained runners benefit the most from EPO
Thanks. You're right, well mostly. The reason why I do it this way is because it's going to take many years for these ideas to take hold of the public consciousness. Starting threads about these ideas will have very little effect because they are so far from the conventional wisdom.
With the current drug dogma haveing being preached by so many for so long, there are so many vested interests in keeping things the way they are.
I think a book presenting these things would be a good idea, but only if I was working with the right editor and publisher. An idea I had just two days ago was for the editor to contribute his or her (or their) own opinions and ask me tough questions within the text, so that the reader isn't just getting my opinions. This would be interesting and important because a lot of training and racing concepts are based on the emotions of the athlete or coach so their are always going to be differences of opinion regardless of what can be demonstrated with numbers. As well as that, the challenge to conventional wisdom would be better served with a balanced argument and that can surely only be a positive thing?
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