Live High Train Low

The ideal height for a height tent is 2000 to 2500 meters

It is best for athletes to sleep at an altitude of 2000-2500 meters during a “live-high-train-low” training period in an altitude tent. At this altitude, the conditions are most favorable to perform as well as possible at sea level afterwards. This is apparent from research by a group of researchers with extensive experience in the field of altitude training. ... read more

10 tips when sleeping in a height tent

In this article we give you 10 valuable tips to optimise your altitude training with the altitude generator. Simulating altitude with an altitude generator seems simple, but in practice it is a clever piece of technology that you want to make the most of. The following clever tips will help your body get the most out of your time in the altitude tent. 1. Drink more water than normal At altitude your body dehydrates more quickly, so it is advisable to drink about 0.5 litres of extra water. 2. Make sure you have enough hours in the altitude tent Your body will acclimatise to the altitude without you noticing it when you sleep in the altitude tent. This can be seen from your increased heart rate and decreased saturation. To compensate for this and to stay fit, we recommend that you get an extra hour's sleep on average per night. 3. Take extra iron supplements Because of the altitude, your body will produce more red blood cells, so your iron supply will be depleted faster. For the ... read more