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  • Retired U.S. Sailor William Groulx, the U.S. wheelchair rugby team captain, rolls into position to defend against the Great Britain team during a match at the Paralympic Games in London Sept. 5, 2012. The Paralympics is a major international sporting event in which thousands of athletes, including wounded and injured U.S. Service members, participate in a variety of sporting events. (U.S. Air Force photo by Master Sgt. Sean M. Worrell/Released) Will Groulx Wins Gold – Rio 2016! September 20, 2016 - After a stunning performance at the 2016 Rio Paralympics, on behalf of all of us here at Hypoxico, we would like to congratulate Will Groulx for earning a gold and two bronze medals in Men’s Hand Cycling! Also, we would like to extend our thanks to Will for his six years of service in the Read More...
  • Hypoxico Altitude Training: New Swimming Pool Installation February 16, 2016 - There really is no limit to the level of job the Hypoxico Team can execute. Here is a new exciting product we offer shown after our first installation in Moscow, Russia.
  • Clients on Aconcagua February 16, 2016 - We just got he below message from our partner Adrian Ballinger at Alpenglow Expeditions. “All  of our first team is on top of Aconcagua! Only ten days after leaving the USA and only six days on mountain. All feeling great! Great confirmation of our Rapid Ascent system and Hypoxico and our logistics. Now we just have to Read More...
  • Do it right in 2015 with Hypoxico! February 16, 2016 - “If your event duration lasts 90 seconds or more, or if there are repeated hard efforts over time, and you are not using hypoxia (altitude training) as a tool to improve your performance, you are unlikely to be competitive at an elite level.” – Jim Stray-Gundersen   Contact us today to get started building the Read More...
  • IRONMAN Boulder, Colorado this Weekend! February 16, 2016 - The inaugural IRONMAN Boulder takes place this weekend amid much anticipation.  The Colorado front range town has long been a favorite training ground for top professional and age-group triathletes.  Until now, the town has not hosted a full distance IRONMAN event and the first year event sold out in a matter of hours. We’re extremely excited to Read More...