After visiting Manchester City’s new training ground in March, The Altitude Centre took another trip up north to see City.

Harvey Galvin, The Altitude Centre’s Research Consultant, was accompanied by Richard Pullan and Lex Rees to deliver a talk on hypoxic training for soccer.

With an audience of seven members of Man City staff from the performance team including Sam Erith, Head of Sports Science, Harvey covered training protocols for City’s new chamber, which is being built at their new £100m training ground.

The chamber will be soccer’s most advanced simulated altitude chamber, enabling the club to simulate any natural playing environment, with rapid changes of altitude up to 5000m; temperatures from extreme lows up to 40 degrees and full humidity control.