I want to improve my performance in an endurance sport.
Whether you’re an elite racer going after a personal best or you’re new to endurance, we can get you closer to your goal. Get an edge with the performance-enhancing benefits of altitude and go into your next event stronger and faster.
- Boosting my stamina without spending hours training
- Struggling to shave critical seconds/minutes off of my race time
- It’s hard to find the right balance of training and recovery
- Easing the impact of long sessions on my body without then losing fitness benefit
- Traveling to altitude camps can be costly and time-consuming
- Go Longer: Increase the body’s capacity to deliver oxygen to working muscles and tissues
- Go Harder: Improve anaeorbic threshold so you can work at higher speeds without excess fatigue
- Recover Faster: Better lactate clearance to delay the onset of fatigue
- Train Smarter: Reduce training load while boosting fitness
Train in the chamber: Indoor bikes with a real gear shift, treadmills that measure your cadence, power and ground time, bike trainers AND the capacity for simulation and data analysis through third-party apps like Zwift and Strava
Work with a professional: Get access to a well-structured program that addresses your specific needs.
Track your metrics: Assess your fitness and identify weaknesses with a performance assessment
Classes You May Enjoy
Optimize your training time with this interval-style running class on the treadmills. This class is great for anyone looking to increase aerobic capacity and running performance. Worried you can’t keep up to a certain speed? Don’t! All first timers start with a parameter check to pick appropriate speeds for their work and rest intervals. Suitable for athletes of all abilities.
Not a spin class – this proper bike workout will challenge your anaerobic power with high intensity intervals at elevation. Pro tip: Interval Bike and Interval Run can be done back-to-back for a game-changing brick workout. Suitable for athletes of all abilities.
Summit member for 3 months. Can’t speak more highly of Altitude as a “semi-extreme” athlete. Amazing facility and staff, the benefits of altitud...Read More
I really enjoyed this class, if offered a lot of variance and options to acclimate to the room and push yourself if you felt ready. The running portio...Read More
Love the space. So clean and easy to move around. Their classes are so fun and engaging. First time I enjoy treadmill running. Their instructors are a...Read More
I love this place as it’s got top of the range equipment and of course you are getting the gains of altitude as you work out. Everything is spotless...Read More
Resources for Endurance Athletes
Back To The Basics: What is Altitude Training?
Simulated altitude training, also known as hypoxic training, is a method of training that involves exposing the body to reduced oxygen levels in order to improve physical performance. It is commonly used by athletes to improve their endurance and capacity for oxygen...
Altitude Training for General Health and Fitness: 3 Case Studies to Read
The recent literature on Intermittent Hypoxic Training (IHT) shows benefits that go beyond high performance for athletes. Indeed, we see benefits that extend to your average gym-goer training for improved fitness, overall health and disease prevention. Today we'll...
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...