Runners use latest Fort Lewis College exercise science technology

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Runners use latest Fort Lewis College exercise science technology

FLC exercise science helps local athletes
Carly Wilborn grabs a drop of blood from the earlobe of Fort Lewis College track and field athlete Cody Speece to test lactic levels on Friday after Speece ran his first of eight miles on the Durango High School track. Fort Lewis College runners were tested by the Durango Performance Center at FLC.
Preston Charlie pricks the earlobe on Steven Nez to draw blood so he can test lactic levels on Friday after Nez ran his first of eight miles on the Durango High School track. Fort Lewis College runners were tested by the Durango Performance Center at FLC.
Steve Koller paces Fort Lewis College runners on the Durango High School track before they stop to have their lactic levels checked on Friday by the Durango Performance Center at FLC.
Rotem Ishay, director and exercise specialist of the Durango Performance Center at Fort Lewis College, talks with FLC runners on Friday before they take off on the Durango High School track and then having their lactic levels checked after each mile they run.

Runners use latest Fort Lewis College exercise science technology

Carly Wilborn grabs a drop of blood from the earlobe of Fort Lewis College track and field athlete Cody Speece to test lactic levels on Friday after Speece ran his first of eight miles on the Durango High School track. Fort Lewis College runners were tested by the Durango Performance Center at FLC.
Preston Charlie pricks the earlobe on Steven Nez to draw blood so he can test lactic levels on Friday after Nez ran his first of eight miles on the Durango High School track. Fort Lewis College runners were tested by the Durango Performance Center at FLC.
Steve Koller paces Fort Lewis College runners on the Durango High School track before they stop to have their lactic levels checked on Friday by the Durango Performance Center at FLC.
Rotem Ishay, director and exercise specialist of the Durango Performance Center at Fort Lewis College, talks with FLC runners on Friday before they take off on the Durango High School track and then having their lactic levels checked after each mile they run.
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