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Short-term intermittent hypoxia reduces the severity of acute mountain sickness
17Nov, 2015 0 comments
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Opportunities at The Altitude Centre

Are you a fitness professional with proven management and sales experience? Do you want to join one of the most unique and exciting health, fitness and sports centres in London, if not the UK?

The Altitude Centre is growing, and we're looking for ...

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10Nov, 2015 0 comments
Siobhan Curtis

Breathe Better: Recover Faster!

Trump Street member Siobhan Curtis is not only an Ironman completing triathlete, she's also a yoga instructor who works with other triathletes (and runners, swimmers, cyclists...) on how to incorporate the benefits of yoga into their training. Here ...

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20Oct, 2015 0 comments

Ventilatory Training Masks: Detrimental to athletic performance?

The Altitude Centre’s mission has always been to make altitude training available to everyone. The performance benefits of hypoxic training (training at simulated altitude such as our Trump Street chamber or with our home rentals) are now widely re ...

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08Jun, 2015 0 comments
Norwegian athletes still cannot enjoy the benefits of simulated hypoxic training.

New Altitude Centre staff at Trump Street

The past year has flown by, and sadly, it's nearly time to say goodbye to our much-loved Performance Specialists, Emily de Beaux and Sam Rees, who have finished their placement year and return to Bath University for their final year in September.


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08Jun, 2015 0 comments
Making classes more fun for you!

You said... We did!

[caption id="attachment_6244" align="alignnone" width="334"] The Sufferfests are our most popular classes. [/caption]

Your feedback is essential to us, as it means we provide you with a better service. With more and more of you enjoying altitude t ...

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08Jun, 2015 0 comments

Norway refuses to lift ban on hypoxic training

[caption id="attachment_6229" align="alignnone" width="825"] Norwegian athletes still cannot enjoy the benefits of simulated hypoxic training.[/caption]

During the first week of June, the Norwegian Broadcasting Corporation (the NRK) came to visit ...

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15May, 2015 0 comments
Rebecca Robinson running a PB in London 2015

The Altitude Centre client interview: Rebecca Robinson

We caught up with elite runner Rebecca Robinson, who achieved an exceptional PB of 2:36.51 at the London Marathon this year after renting one of our sleep systems.

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07May, 2015 0 comments
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Live-low, train-high improves performance in boxers- new research

A new study published in the April 2015 issue of The Journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology has found that a live-low, train-high training protocol significantly improves performance in amateur female boxers.

Exi ...

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03Mar, 2015 0 comments
Mind, the mental health charity

Mind #mind3000 Training Begins!

In February, we partnered up with the mental health charity, Mind, supporting them in their 2015 ‪#‎mind3000 challenge.

TV presenters Anna Williamson and Matt Johnson were joined by team mates - including actress Denise Welch - at our Trump St ...

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24Feb, 2015 0 comments

New research: Hunger hormones; hypoxia and that gremlin Ghrelin

One of the most interesting side effects you may feel after training with The Altitude Centre is that compared to training at sea level, you don’t feel very hungry afterwards.

A study published by the journal ‘Appetite’ investigated this an ...

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