I want to improve my power output and recovery between max efforts.
Altitude training for Power Athletes: Expand your anaerobic capacity, repeat-sprint ability and power output at Altitude. Athletes looking to improve their performance in short duration, high intensity events will fit right in. Train maximal power lifts, calisthenics, sled pushes and sprints to blast the competition away.
- I want to sustain higher speeds over multiple efforts
- Maintaining peak conditioning in-season
- It’s hard to find the right balance of training hard and recovering well
- Reducing the impact of high-intensity sessions on my body without losing the fitness benefit
- Finding ways to improve my recovery time between sprints
- Go Harder: Greater improvements in repeat sprint ability vs. sea level training
- Accelerate Benefits: Reach your maximum jump height or sprint speed quicker
- Recover Faster: Better lactate clearance to delay the onset of fatigue
- Train Smarter: Maximize aerobic output while minimizing physical stress
Train in the chamber: High intensity intervals in hypoxia increase repeat sprint capacity. Challenge coordination, speed, agility and strength with functional training tools, dumbbells, treadmills with a sled push setting and more
Work with a professional: Get access to a well-structured program that addresses your specific needs both in-season and off-season
Track key metrics: Assess your fitness and identify weaknesses with a performance assessment
Classes You May Enjoy
Be prepared for your next weightlifting event, boxing match, or football game by reaping the benefits of strength training at altitude. This 30-minute interval strength class will assist you in your objective to increase your power output, expand your anaerobic capacity, and improve your repeat-sprints ability. The hypoxic effects on muscle hypertrophy (an increase and growth of muscle cells) will equip any power athlete for maximal performance.
Gym is very unique as it allows you to train in a high-tech altitude chamber. When I visited, it was set to 8500ft elevation and you can definitely fe...Read More
Wonderful new Toronto Gym that uniquely offers the ability to train in a higher altitude environment. When I visited the gym was adjusted to 8500ft el...Read More
On holidays in Toronto, went in for a session after seeing this place in a YouTube video by Will Tennyson. As a programmer I regularly work out to pre...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
Good location, well managed, Clean and organized. My husband convinced me to try it out. Turns out it was perfect for me. All staff are nice and kin...Read More
…I have been working out for many years in different countries such as Russia, Canada and Turkey, but this gym is not like any of the those that...Read More
The combination of personalized programming and state-of-the-art technology at Altitude helped me lose my ‘Quarantine 15’ in just a few months. Th...Read More
Altitude Athletic is making me stronger. My HRV is higher than it ever has been. My resting heart rate is down to 58. Both visceral and subcutaneous f...Read More
Amazing facility that was stocked with high quality equipment for use to train with. The gym looks almost futuristic with their set up and I highly re...Read More
Excellent facility and well run by good people who care. I’ve been going to the gym off and on for my entire life without seeing much results. I did...Read More
Resources for Power/Sprint Athletes
“Don’t be scared to fail, I fail all the time” – Justyn Knight At the end of the February, we capped off The Altitude 5K Challenge. This was a challenge for runners of all levels to see who can run the fastest 5km on the treadmill when the altitude chamber is set to...
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...
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...