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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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Intermittent Hypoxic Training Wellness Vacations

We often take breathing for granted; after all, we do it automatically. But, when our breathing isn’t efficient, when we breath poor quality air, our health can suffer. We often turn to inhalers or other drugs, and occasionally to meditation. … Continue reading

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The relationship between monocarboxylate transporters 1 and 4 expression in skeletal muscle and endurance performance in athletes

Authors: David Bentley, Belle Roels, Claire Thomas, Robert Ives, Jacques Mercier, Grégoire Millet, David Cameron-Smith Journal: Arbeitsphysiologie The purpose of this study was to examine the relationship between skeletal muscle monocarboxylate transporters 1 and 4 (MCT1 and MCT4) expression, skeletal … Continue reading

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The Research on Hilo’s Influnce on the Dynamic Change of Male Rats’ Synthase Activities of Myocardial Energy Metabolism

Object: The hypoxic training methods are widely studied since 1968. But different training styles may cause different results.Heart is an important part of kinetic system. Hypoxia acclimatization,especially under the process of exercise could lead lots of physiological changes that propitious … Continue reading

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Emory University School of Medicine studies intermittent hypoxia on spinal cord injuries (SCI)

Acute Intermittent Hypoxia on Spinal Plasticity The objective of this study is to examine the effects of repeated episodes of mild acute intermittent hypoxia (AIH) on motoneuron activity in persons with incomplete spinal cord injury (SCI). In particular, we will … Continue reading

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Effects of intermittent hypoxic training on orthostatic reactions of the cardiorespiratory system

Abstract The possibility of using intermittent hypoxic training for stimulation of physiological mechanisms underlying the compensatory hemodynamic reactions to orthostatic load was studied in animal experiments. Intermittent hypoxic training had a favorable impact on circulatory reactions, which manifested in stabilization … Continue reading

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THE INFLUENCE OF INTERMITTENT HYPOXIC TRAINING

Physical Education and Sport Vol. 6, No 1, 2008, pp. 11 – 20 Scientific Paper THE INFLUENCE OF INTERMITTENT HYPOXIC TRAINING ON THE BODY OF AN ENDURANCE ATHLETE UDC 796.41.85 Martin Pupiš, Ivan Čillík Department of Physical Education and Sports, … Continue reading

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A good Article on Intermittent Hypoxic Training

Intermittent Hypoxic Training (or Therapy) (IHT) is a non-invasive, drug-free technique aiming to improve human performance and well-being using the phenomena of adaptation to reduced oxygen. An IHT session constitutes a few minutes interval of breathing low oxygen (hypoxic) air … Continue reading

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