The optimal effect is that the body can transport more oxygen and the blood is still more fluid, this not only promotes performance, but of course also has positive health aspects. The aim of an altitude training in our room is in any case a preferably natural development which is designed for the long term, the increase in solid parts in the blood then usually does not cause an increase beyond the level of an untrained person.
This is also shown by the tables below, which show many positive health aspects for "normal" guarantors (no top athletes).
At natural altitudes, the increased loss of fluid must be compensated; there is hardly any risk of extreme loss of fluid in the training room.
Further aspects such as increased calorie consumption and special topics are dealt with in the following subitems.
We will cover our main fields of endurance and strength training in separate menu items.
For all those who don't want to be harmed, here you will find in the magazine Sportmedizin a study that shows significantly increases the performance of swimmers by means of a height training camp.
Here neither the summary of two studies which are showing real benefits too (Study with pros
Quelle: Ted Meeuwsen, Ingrid J.M. Hendriksen, and Michael Holewijn Eur J Appl Physiol (2001) 84: 283-290):
Study with healthy adults
Quelle: Bailey DM, Davies B, Baker J, Med Sci Sports Exerc 2000 Jun;32(6):1058-66