About ExtremeO2 — VO2 Max Training

Alti­tude con­trast train­ing reflects a new phi­los­o­phy in ath­let­ic train­ing.  It empha­sizes adapt­abil­i­ty and exer­cis­es the adap­tive respons­es pro­voked by rapid­ly chang­ing the envi­ron­ment from high to low oxy­gen and back again.

Hyper­ox­ic envi­ron­ments can allow the body to grow soft, while hypox­ic envi­ron­ments can allow the body to become weak from depri­va­tion.  Tran­si­tions between strain and pro­voke tran­si­to­ry dura­bil­i­ty and stim­u­late the body to exist at either extreme.

This dura­bil­i­ty equates to bet­ter health, and com­bines the heal­ing ben­e­fits from high oxy­gen envi­ron­ments, with the meta­bol­ic effi­cien­cy that results from liv­ing in a low oxy­gen envi­ron­ment.

Con­trast is the key.

VO2 Max Training

ExtremeO2 Technical Introduction

This is a brief intro­duc­tion to the phys­i­ol­o­gy of ExtremeO2™. httpv://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S6zOujS9Wzs


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