Article about the Oregon Project. Interesting that it’s titled “Project puts the U.S. back into Running”. By whose standards I wonder?
It’s from June of 2003. But it talks a little about the technology that they are using and what Salazar thinks about it.
Here’s a snippet:
What Salazar and company know now increasingly involves the use of computer-aided training methods. Oregon Project runners regularly have their blood analyzed for lactic acid and red blood cell count. They live in a house that has four sealed rooms that simulate life at 12,000 feet. And they use a treadmill and a breathing tube to measure their oxygen consumption.