Acclimate to Altitude at Home!

How to avoid Altitude Sickness?

Train at simulated altitude for mountaineering success! Sleeping, breathing or exercising in a low-oxygen environment is a proven method to acclimate to altitude prior to a trek/high altitude travel, improve exercise capacity while at altitude and reduce or even eliminate symptoms of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS).

Through exercising at altitude or performing IHT (Intermittent Hypoxic Training), individuals can ensure they are acclimated to altitude prior to their trips and thus fully enjoy their high-altitude experience. The primary methods for acclimatization to altitude are sustained exercise workouts at altitude or IHT, which involves short-duration stationary breathing sessions at very high altitudes (up to 21,000ft). Sessions should take place 3-4 times per week for 3-4 weeks prior to departure.

Why Altitude at home?

  • Reduced symptoms of Acute Mountain Sickness (AMS)
  • Reduced incidence of Altitude Sickness
  • Higher blood-oxygenation levels at altitude
  • Greater work tolerance/exercise capacity at altitude
  • Increased capillary density
  • No acclimating on-site

Client Testimonial – Lead Guide,

“After using the Mile High E-100 altitude de equipment before climbing Everest, I noticed I didn’t feel ANY effects of altitude our entire expedition. I climbed from the Southside and even on the summit day felt strong. My two other friends who also life at my altitude felt various effects of the altitude, they didn’t use the Mile High Training system.I I found the sleeping tent over the pillow convenient with ample room to turn during the night. The training mask and tubes were also effective at maximizing my pre work out routine or during the day while working at my desk.”

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