The benefits

Training at altitude is like giving your body a tune up. Through the adaptive process you learn to extract more from each breath – making you more fuel efficient. Your heart is the pump that circulated Oxygen enriched blood around your body,  it can now afford to beat less to maintain your supply. As you work at a lower rate there is less wear and tear on your internal engine, not just whilst exercising but also for the other 23 hours of the day when you are not.

Having a lower resting heart rate increases its range for when required. You’ll be able to run faster and further. With an enhanced oxygen uptake and utilisation system you also recover quicker, enabling you to go again and again.


A technique of breathing short bursts of mountain air through a mask, alternated with normal air. IHE is the quickest way to adapt to low oxygen.

Exercise Sessions

Hypoxic Exercise sessions are unique in how they can be of benefit across a wide range of markers for health, performance, and acclimatisation.

Sleep Sessions

Training in your sleep will improve your physiology and your performance, but it is important to maintain the balance between training and recovery, even in your sleep.


Hypoxic training is also an important part of rehabilitation. Training in hypoxia enables you to unload the muscle groups whilst maintaining a high cardiovascular and respiratory load, thus maintaining fitness whilst injured. This unique training also increases the production of human grown hormone and other markers that helps the body to repair and recover. Research in the area of bone healing is particularly interesting, and it has been shown that hypoxia can increase mineral density to make bones stronger and speed recovery.

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