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- Improved aerobic capacity and endurance performance. Significant increase in average power and average speed during time trial (cycling) (Czuba, 2011).
- Larger Improvements in repeated sprint performance in repeated sprint in hypoxia (RSH) than repeated sprint in normoxia (RSN) with significant molecular adaptations and larger blood perfusion (Faiss, 2013,2014).
- Improved metabolic risk factors: body weight and composition, blood glucose and blood pressure (Journal of Science and Medicine In Sport 2013).
- Significant Increase in V02 Max after 3 weeks of intermittent hypoxic training with 95% of lactate threshold intensity (Czuba, 2011).
- Superior and more rapid strength gains from resistance training achieved (Nishimura, 2010).
- Increased (4%) V02 Max, combined with an increase in maximal power output (5.6%) (Czuba, 2011).
- Greater Lactate tolerance, improving high intensity endurance performance (Czuba, 2011)
- Increased number of sprints by 38% (4 additional sprint efforts) prior to exhaustion (Faiss, 2013).
- Enhanced muscle flow and vasodilation of blood vessels (Faiss, 2013)