Altitude Training Systems (ATS) is a global leader in altitude training and research. ATS provide the highest quality hypoxic altitude chambers for exercise and sleeping, along with portable hypoxic units for tents and athletes on the move. Whatever the situation, we help our clients gain the competitive edge. Live low-train high, or live high-train low with ATS.
Our high altitude chamber system is also compatible with environmental chambers that simulate hot and humid conditions.
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Intermittent Hypoxia-Hyperoxia Therapy: Non-Invasive and Highly Effective
Intermittent hypoxia-hyperoxia therapy (IHHT) is emerging as a revolutionary approach to improving the symptoms and functionality of patients across a spectrum of health conditions. It involves repeated intervals of breathing hypoxic (low oxygenated) air followed by intervals of breathing hyperoxic (highly oxygenated) air. From cardiovascular and respiratory ailments to neurological disorders and metabolic syndromes, IHHT […]
Understanding Altitude Chambers: Hypobaric vs. Normobaric Chambers
Both Hypobaric Hypoxic Chambers and Normobaric Hypoxic Chambers are crafted to simulate conditions found at higher altitudes, presenting distinctive advantages for athletes, researchers, and adventurers. As the names suggest, the primary distinction lies in the atmospheric pressure within the chambers. Hypobaric Hypoxic Chambers Entering a hypobaric hypoxic chamber immerses individuals in an environment crafted to […]
Over the last 40 years altitude training has emerged as a game-changing method to elevate physical performance. Within this realm, three distinct training methods have surfaced: Live High - Train High (LHTH) Live High - Train Low (LHTL) Live Low - Train High (LLTH) However, over the last decade, altitude training has undergone a paradigm […]
Unlocking Athletic Potential: The Benefits of Altitude Training
In our previous blog post, we looked into the science behind altitude training, illuminating the chemical and physiological responses within our bodies. Now, let's explore the practical advantages of these adaptations. This blog post discusses the tangible benefits altitude training offers, with a specific focus on the well-known benefits; improved VO2 Max, enhanced Repeat Sprint […]
The Science Behind Altitude Training: What drives the adaptations?
In this blog post we take a look at the science and unravel the fascinating chemical mechanisms in the body that drive some of the adaptations to altitude training. Specifically, we’ll be looking at what causes; increased red blood cell count, new blood vessel formation, increased mitochondrial density, and increased glycolytic metabolism. Before we dive […]