Unveiling the Depths: How Intermittent Hypoxic Training Elevates Diving Fitness

Diving enthusiasts understand the crucial role of fitness in exploring the underwater world with confidence. We'll explore the benefits of intermittent hypoxic training (IHT) for divers, shedding...
Altitude for Rehab and Re-conditioning

Altitude for Rehab and Re-conditioning

Why altitude training will help your clients get better results during rehab? Most of us expect to lose some level of conditioning when we get injured. But that doesn't have to be the case. Altitude training for sports rehab can be used to create a stimulus that maximizes aerobic output, while reducing training intensity and load on recovering...

Training for Strength – The Power of the Sprint

Training for Strength – The Power of the Sprint

Whether you’re looking to build endurance, improve your running economy, or build strength and power, including high-intensity sprint-based workouts is one of the best tools to integrate into your training arsenal.   There are many different types of workouts for endurance athletes. But today we’re going to focus on the benefits of...

How to Run Your Fastest 5K Ever

How to Run Your Fastest 5K Ever

If you're a beginner runner, 5 km is the perfect 'first race" distance to prepare for. If you're more experienced and enjoy speed, you can use the 5K distance as a platform to push faster times and try for new PBs. Regardless of your level or intention, completing a successful (and fast 5K) requires training and practice. Here are some tips on...

Altitude Training for Cardiac Rehab and Treatment

Altitude Training for Cardiac Rehab and Treatment

WHY USE ALTITUDE TRAINING FOR CARDIOVASCULAR DISEASE?   Cardiovascular disease (CVD) is the leading cause of death in men and women worldwide (1). Additionally, coronary artery disease and hypertension are two of the most prevalent forms of CVD. Physical inactivity is one of the main risk factors of CVD. Therefore, it is important that we...

Performance Assessment for the Cycling Athlete

Performance Assessment for the Cycling Athlete

You're busy with work, life and training. With so much going on, it's helpful to see if your hard work is paying off. Where does your fitness stand right now? Is there a way you can do things better and train smarter? A performance assessment is a great tool for cyclists (or in fact, any athlete) to gain valuable data to understand their baseline...

Altitude Training for Fat Loss, Muscle Mass and Body Composition

Altitude Training for Fat Loss, Muscle Mass and Body Composition

We know elite cyclists use altitude training to get a fitness boost before racing in the Tour de France. And we've heard that olympic runners will head to high altitude camps in places like Flagstaff or St. Moritz to get that extra lung for events at sea-level. But what if you're not headed to Le Portet d’Aspin (a famous Tour de France climb) or...

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