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Short-term intermittent hypoxia reduces the severity of acute mountain sickness
22Jun, 2017 0 comments
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World Speed Record broken by The Altitude Centre client, Fraser Corsan!

Ever wondered what it's like standing on top of Everest? Not many have. How about flying in a plane over a kilometre above the summit of Everest, and jumping out? Not something very many of us would have envisaged!

Well that is exactly what Fraser ...

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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

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

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

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

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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09Feb, 2017 0 comments

Breathe your Way to the Top

Do you ever feel energy deprived?
Does this lead to worries of putting on weight that you’ve worked so hard to lose and keep off, because you are energy deprived and unable to exercise?

Perhaps some intermittent hypoxic exposure (IHE) on the P ...

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12Jan, 2017 0 comments

RESEARCH: Altitude training vs Sea level training

Altitude Training - Why do we do it?

Since the late 1960’s, altitude training has been at the forefront for innovative research to benefit athletic performance. From the Tour de France to Olympic Games, many competitions have taken place in an e ...

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06Jan, 2017 0 comments

RESEARCH: Altitude training will blow away the Christmas cobwebs quicker!

Pre-Season/Post-Christmas Training at Altitude

Christmas is a festive period filled with well-deserved enjoyment and celebration. From over-indulging in mince pies to stacking the plate with pigs in blankets – these parts of the year are difficu ...

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19Dec, 2016 0 comments

NEW RESEARCH: Case Study - How can IHE help Diabetics?

A recent case study from the University of Sydney, and the Southern Cross University, New South Wales, published in Obesity Research and Clinical Practice, has shown the benefit of passive IHE for diabetes treatment.

A 49 year old female presented ...

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