IHT - intermittent hypoxic training

Training Load By Week
Training Load By Week
Average Weekly Training Hours: 05:06

4 week IHT intermittent hypoxic training with mask for increasing your performance in any endurance sport. This protocol was used and tested by numerous athletes (cyclist and runners) achieving national championship and world championship titles.

Sample Day 1
0:50:00
IHT - intermittent hypoxic training: MASK

Start with around 50min of IHT session following the next protocol:

- 3min hypoxia (appx. 85% SpO)
- 5min normoxia (Mask off, normal air)

Sample Day 2
0:50:00
IHT - intermittent hypoxic training: MASK

Start with around 50min of IHT session following the next protocol:

- 4min hypoxia (appx. 85% SpO)
- 5min normoxia (Mask off, normal air)

Sample Day 3
0:55:00
IHT - intermittent hypoxic training: MASK

Start with around 55min of IHT session following the next protocol:

- 5min hypoxia (appx. 85% SpO)
- 5min normoxia (Mask off, normal air)

Sample Day 4
0:55:00
IHT - intermittent hypoxic training: MASK

Start with around 55min of IHT session following the next protocol:

- 3min hypoxia (appx. 85% SpO)
- 4min normoxia (Mask off, normal air)

Sample Day 6
0:55:00
IHT - intermittent hypoxic training: MASK

Start with around 55min of IHT session following the next protocol:

- 4min hypoxia (appx. 80-85% SpO)
- 4min normoxia (Mask off, normal air)

Sample Day 7
1:00:00
IHT - intermittent hypoxic training: MASK

Start with around 60min of IHT session following the next protocol:

- 5min hypoxia (appx. 80-85% SpO)
- 4min normoxia (Mask off, normal air)

Sample Day 8
1:00:00
IHT - intermittent hypoxic training: MASK

Start with around 60min of IHT session following the next protocol:

- 3min hypoxia (appx. 80-85% SpO)
- 3min normoxia (Mask off, normal air)

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