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Effects of Intermittent Hypoxia Training on Exercise Performance, Hemodynamics, and Ventilation in Healthy Senior Men
Shatilo, Valeriy B., Oleg V. Korkushko, Vadim A. Ischuk, H. Fred Downey, and Tatiana V. Serebrovskaya.
Effects of intermittent hypoxia training on exercise performance, hemodynamics, and ventilation in healthy senior men.
High Alt. Med. Biol. 9:43–52, 2008.—
The efficacy and safety of intermittent hypoxia training (IHT) were investigated in healthy, 60- to 74-yr-old men. Fourteen men (Gr 1) who routinely exercised daily for 20 to 30 min were compared with 21 (Gr 2) who avoided exercise. Their submaximal work-load power values before the IHT training were 94
Shatilo V, Korkushko O, Ischuk V, Downey H, Serebrovskaya T
Source: High Altitude Medicine & Biology