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What Is Altitude Training?

Altitude training, also known as hypoxic training, involves exercising in, living in or otherwise breathing oxygen reduced air for the purpose of improved athletic performance, pre-acclimatization to altitude and/or physical wellness.

Traditionally, individuals had to travel to or live at high elevations to obtain the benefits of this phenomenon. Circa 1995, the patented technology of Hypoxico Inc. eliminated this hardship by allowing high altitude training facilities to be set up anywhere. Through the production of normobaric hypoxic (oxygen reduced) air, we can simulate altitudes of up to 21,000ft/6,400m. As a result, athletes, fitness enthusiasts and health conscious individuals worldwide can take advantage of the benefits associated with altitude training while at sea-level.

The Olympic Altitude Advantage Explained

Michael Phelps Altitude Training Sleeping Chamber

  • Proven Benefits

    • Maximized speed and endurance
    • Elevated strength and power
    • Enhanced energy levels and overall wellness

    Who Can Benefit?

    • Athletes
    • Mountaineers
    • Fitness Enthusiasts
    • Health Conscious Individuals
  • Methods of Altitude Training

    Hypoxico offers the highest quality products
    geared toward the three most effective methods
    of altitude training 

    - "Live High, Train Low"
    - Altitude Workouts
    - Intermittent Hypoxic Training (IHT)

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  • Why it Works

    When the human body is exposed to hypoxia (oxygen reduced environments), it struggles to produce required amounts of energy with less available oxygen. This struggle triggers the onset of a range of physiological adaptations geared towards enhancing the efficiency of the body's respiratory, cardiovascular and oxygen utilization systems.