Effects of repetitive training at low altitude on erythropoiesis in 400 and 800m runners

  • Frese F
  • Friedmann-Bette B
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Abstract

Classical altitude training can cause an increase in total hemoglobin mass (THM) if a minimum "dose of hypoxia" is reached (altitude >or=2,000 m, >or=3 weeks). We wanted to find out if repetitive exposure to mild hypoxia during living and training at low altitude (

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  • Altitude
  • Athletics
  • Elite performance
  • Exercise
  • Training

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  • F. Frese

  • B. Friedmann-Bette

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