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Old 12-15-02, 09:42 PM
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Sorry, scratch that site, oxologic. They've changed a lot since I last looked at them. Their section under cycling no longer has any information on cycling at all (why do they even have it?). I was very happy with them when I bought a heart rate monitor (Sports Instruments EC3 - two thumbs up!) a year ago and went looking for info on cycling and cardio training. Fughettaboutem.

Here's a better idea, www.alltheweb.com is a really good search engine that you can tweak to get referred to exactly the sites you are interested in. It's thorough and it let's you weed out extraneous sites by keywords. Very easy to use. By using 'cardiovascular' and 'cycling' as searchwords, I hit on:

http://www.svcc.org.uk/BASIC%20CARDI...PHYSIOLOGY.htm
http://www.cptips.com/exphys.htm

Both within a cupla minutes of searching. I hope this is helpful.

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