High Altitude Training

Dr. Gary Wadler, M.D., the chairman of WADA’s Prohibited List and Methods Subcommittee, says: “There’s tremendous individual variability that makes it hard to predict who will benefit,” .
“In a highly controlled, hospital-level environment, the equipment probably isn’t dangerous,” he says. More worrisome to Wadler are the muscle-heads who will try to cut costs by using homemade setups.
“But if you’re using inferior equipment, there’s a potential to get a severely low intake of oxygen that could result in irreparable damage to the brain.” The lesson here: use the right gear, or risk brain damage or even death.

Here’s a way to get an advantage over the other guys…legally.
Australia Men’s Health Magazine

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