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31Aug, 2017 0 comments
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Circuit training at altitude – more bang for your buck?

Circuit training gives you the best of both worlds. As well as muscular growth through the repetition of multiple strength moves, you also get the endurance stimulus that comes with completing this type of exercise to a high-intensity over a long per ...

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24Aug, 2017 0 comments
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Walk the path to a healthier lifestyle

In the early days of evolution, walking was the only option for transportation and exercise. Fast forward to today, the amount people walk has reduced significantly. This has reduced the health of many; but for some, walking is the most suitable form ...

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10Aug, 2017 0 comments
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Repeated sprints – worth the pain or not long enough for performance gains?

Some say repeated sprints are the devil’s work. During the HypoxicHIIT classes in the chamber, particularly the cycle-specific, or even your own training, you may have come across these. They typically last for 5–10 s with around 20–50 s recove ...

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20Jul, 2017 0 comments
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Strength is required to summit

As well as a good fitness base and general health, strength is an important factor that contributes to achieving a goal such as summiting a mountain. When the incline really cranks up, having a strong core and leg muscles will provide the necessary p ...

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29Jun, 2017 0 comments
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Innovative new way to measure training responses – in the muscle!

At the Altitude Centre, we are always keen on using the latest developments in technology. When a technology involves monitoring of muscle oxygenation levels, known as Moxy, we immediately saw the potential of this device as to how and why it may ben ...

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08Jun, 2017 0 comments
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Burn fat for longer after altitude training

Burning fat is an important process required for training adaptations. Whether it be for becoming and/or staying lean, feeling healthy or training specific energy systems, most people are interested to know how to do it. It would be extremely benefic ...

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18May, 2017 0 comments
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An updated guide on altitude training for exercise performance

Altitude training methods are developed by a double-edge sword approach; evidence (i.e., lab findings) informs practice (i.e., in the field) and practice informs evidence. But if both sword edges are rapidly evolving, how do we, as firm users and bel ...

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04May, 2017 0 comments
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How to prevent over-training at altitude

When exercising at altitude, it can be difficult to match the intensity carried out at sea level. This is mainly due to the change in environment, i.e., reduced oxygen, restricting the full capability of performance in a demanding environment that is ...

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30Mar, 2017 0 comments
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Is there a need to perfect your breathing to benefit more from altitude training?

Breathing efficiently can be considered underrated. During and immediately after tough intervals in the chamber, very rarely does one think “I should really improve my breathing patterns to improve my performance” – rather, our thoughts are “ ...

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23Feb, 2017 0 comments
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Should you change your diet when exercising at altitude?

Intuitively, we all know that exercising at altitude is typically more challenging than exercising at sea level. Theoretically, due to this increased demand, it is likely that we are required to eat and drink more calories because we are working hard ...

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