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Interval hypoxic training

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology

Apr 13, 2002

L Bernardi

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Interval hypoxic training (IHT) is a technique developed in the former Soviet Union, that consists of repeated exposures to 5-7 minutes of steady or progressive hypoxia, interrupted by equal periods of recovery. It has been proposed for training in sports, to acclimatize to high altitud...read more

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Dioxygen
Acclimatization
Cardiovascular System
Energy Metabolism
Coronary Arteriosclerosis
Physical Fitness
Anoxemia
Red Blood Cell Count Measurement
Cardiovascular system DRUGS
Blood Pressure
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Interval hypoxic training

Advances in Experimental Medicine and Biology

Apr 13, 2002

L Bernardi

PMID: 11950151

DOI: 10.1007/978-1-4757-3401-0_25

Abstract

Interval hypoxic training (IHT) is a technique developed in the former Soviet Union, that consists of repeated exposures to 5-7 minutes of steady or progressive hypoxia, interrupted by equal periods of recovery. It has been proposed for training in sports, to acclimatize to high altitud...read more

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Acclimatization
Cardiovascular System
Energy Metabolism
Coronary Arteriosclerosis
Physical Fitness
Anoxemia
Red Blood Cell Count Measurement
Cardiovascular system DRUGS
Blood Pressure

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