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Athletics: Britton to skip Edinburgh clash for altitude training

Friday January 07 2011 FIONNUALA Britton has turned down an invitation to compete in tomorrow’s Great Edinburgh Cross-Country championships in favour of travelling to South Africa this week for a month’s high-altitude training. And she is joined there by Sligo’s … Continue reading

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High altitude training and superior oxygen levels helped him cope with the situation better

Dual international Mat Rogers was “gripped by terror” as a Gold Coast boat cruise with former rugby league teammates and friends almost ended in tragedy at the weekend. Rogers was one of 10 people, including two children, on a 10-metre … Continue reading

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Interval hypoxic training improves autonomic cardiovascular and respiratory control in patients with mild chronic obstructive pulmonary disease

by Haider, Thomas; Casucci, Gaia; Linser, Tobias; Faulhaber, Martin; Gatterer, Hannes; Ott, Guenter; Linser, Armin; Ehrenbourg, Igor; Tkatchouk, Elena; Burtscher, Martin; Bernardi, Luciano Abstract Objectives: Chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) is associated with cardiac autonomic nervous system dysregulation. This study … Continue reading

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Fitness & Training

GO2Altitude has a publication section which includes articles on altitude training from various magazines. Fitness & Training Introduction The Australian Sports Commission or the Australian Institute of Sport does not provide personal fitness or training programs. For an individually tailored program … Continue reading

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VO2 responses to intermittent swimming sets at velocity associated with VO2max

Authors: Sebastien Libicz, Belle Roels, Gregoire P Millet Impact factor: 1.3, Cited half life: 5.8 Journal: Canadian journal of applied physiology = Revue canadienne de physiologie appliquée While the physiological adaptations following endurance training are relatively well understood, in swimming … Continue reading

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High Performance Equine Hypoxicator

High Performance Equine Hypoxicator Until recently, training horses at “altitude” in the same way as for humans was impractical. However, what was once impractical is now a real option for race horse trainers with the advent of Intermittent Hypoxic Training … Continue reading

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Tour de France 2011: Team Sky preparing for altitude training ahead of Alpine endeavours

By Brendan Gallagher With the next year’s Tour de France spending a significant time 2000 metres above sea level next year Dave Brailsford, the team principal at Team Sky, has asked his sports scientist to overhaul his their training schedule … Continue reading

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What effect does altitude training have on athletic performance?

Mauro, P. Aim To determine whether altitude training, and living/sleeping at altitude has any beneficial effect on physical performance in athletic sports. I also aim to identify the positive and negative consequences of living/training at altitude, and suggest possible methods … Continue reading

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Effects of hypoxic interval training on cycling performance

Authors: Belle Roels, Grégoire P Millet, Christophe J L Marcoux, Olivier Coste, David J Bentley, Robin B Candau Impact factor: 2.86, Cited half life: 7.8, Immediacy index: 0.46 Journal: Medicine &amp Science in Sports &amp Exercise PURPOSE: The aim of … Continue reading

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High altitude simulation technology could correct metabolic syndrome

Oct 06,2010 – Dubai, UAE – 6 October, 2010: For decades, spending time in high altitude conditions has been the most successful natural method to effectively enhance oxygen absorption, transport and utilisation by the body. With the prevalence of type … Continue reading

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