Hypoxic training: effect on mitochondrial function and aerobic performance in hypoxia.

@article{Robach2014HypoxicTE,
  title={Hypoxic training: effect on mitochondrial function and aerobic performance in hypoxia.},
  author={Paul Robach and Thomas Christian Bonne and Daniela Fl{\"u}ck and Simon B{\"u}rgi and Marco Toigo and Robert A Jacobs and Carsten Lundby},
  journal={Medicine and science in sports and exercise},
  year={2014},
  volume={46 10},
  pages={
          1936-45
        }
}
PURPOSE The effects of hypoxic training on exercise performance remain controversial. Here, we tested the hypotheses that i) hypoxic training possesses ergogenic effects at sea level and altitude and ii) the benefits are primarily mediated by improved mitochondrial function of the skeletal muscle. METHODS We determined aerobic performance (incremental test to exhaustion and time trial for a set amount of work) in moderately trained subjects undergoing 6 wk of endurance training (3-4 times per… CONTINUE READING
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