We’ve been busy supporting two premier league football teams this month.

Harvey Galvin, our Research Consultant, visited Aston Villa to deliver one of our REPS courses on hypoxic training.

Meanwhile, Richard Pullan, Director of The Altitude Centre, visited Manchester City to progress the installation of Altitude Centre equipment at the club’s new £100m training ground.

The facility, which will replace City’s Carrington training ground, has 16 pitches; will seat 7,000 people and is due to be opened in August this year.

‘The Premier League are well aware of the huge advantages of using hypoxic training,’ said Richard. ‘It’s fascinating working with the teams and helping them maximise The Altitude Centre systems they have in place.’