Altitude Training

Altitude training aims to provide an advantage of training in the mountains or tougher conditions. Its effects on the body include an increase of core strength, endurance level, reduced recovery time, weight loss, natural increase in HGH and red blood cells. It also enhances the natural capacities of capillaries, mitochondria, blood and oxygen, which enables the person to work harder and more efficiently.
Altitude Training basically involves exercising in an environment with a reduced level of oxygen. Physio2Fitness has the most advanced and state-of-art training studio with the cutting-edge machineries and technology that enable our clients to workout and exercise in a simulate altitude in our modern studio. We offer the best altitude training in Vadodara and strive to be the best in India when it comes it fitness and training.
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High Altitude
  • Elevations above 3,000 feet and more are usually considered as high altitude because of the huge & considerable difference in an oxygen level. Such locales are also known as hypoxic environments where ‘hypoxic’ means ‘low oxygen.’It is believed that people living in such high altitude live more and healthier life.
  • All about Blood
  • When our body senses that it is not receiving enough amount of oxygen than it is accustomed to, it soon begins to produce more and more red blood cells, which carries oxygen to our muscles. The increased level of oxygen transportation from the red blood cells means that our body will optimize the amount of available oxygen.
  • Healthier Respiratory System
  • The respiratory system is responsible for breathing. In higher altitudes, there is a reduction in the oxygen level due to lesser barometric pressure. When an athlete trains at high altitudes, the body learns to adapt and work according to the reduced oxygen supply and the respiratory muscles are strengthened and start working more efficiently.
  • Long Term Effects
  • There is an increase in the supply of red blood cells that carries oxygen to different parts of the body. While working in high altitude improves our body’s capacity to work better and more efficiently even with less amount of oxygen, it leaves a long-term effect on our body strengthening our muscles to work better for a longer period of time.