Training-induced increases in sea-level performance are enhanced by acute intermittent hypobaric hypoxia

@article{Meeuwsen2001TraininginducedII,
  title={Training-induced increases in sea-level performance are enhanced by acute intermittent hypobaric hypoxia},
  author={Ted Meeuwsen and Ingrid J. M. Hendriksen and Michael Holewijn},
  journal={European Journal of Applied Physiology},
  year={2001},
  volume={84},
  pages={283-290}
}
AbstractThe goal of this study was to investigate to what extent intermittent exposure to altitude in a hypobaric chamber can improve performance at sea-level. Over a 10-day period, elite male triathletes trained for 2 h each day on a cycle ergometer placed in a hypobaric chamber. Training intensity was 60–70% of the heart rate reserve. Eight subjects trained at a simulated altitude of 2.500 m (hypoxia group), the other eight remained at sea-level (sea-level group). Baseline measurements were… CONTINUE READING

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