"... The Christchurch doctor and world age-group triathlon champion, will have a high altitude simulator with him on the month-long race which he will use daily to help his recovery between stages."

The Press. Christchurch, New Zealand. Nov 2001.
"Like a finely tuned motor vehicle, if you are adapted to altitude with IHT you can run on less fuel with less wear and tear to your 'motor'."

International Wellbeing. Feb/Mar 2001.
"New Zealand National Team members ... are able to simulate being at altitude without actually going to the altitude."
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Fitness and Speed Skating times magazine USA. Nov 2000.
"One major advantage of the [GO2Altitude] unit is that you don't have to leave home to use and if you are planning a trip to altitude for training the simulator helps you to adapt even before you arrive."

Runners World. Oct2000.
"For years athletes have been striving for the winning edge. A new method of training [IHT] has emerged that can lift athletes performance, buit also benmefit the average persons health and fitness. "

Womens in Sport. Vol.6 No1. 1999.
"Not all of us can afford to spend weeks or months training on high peaks, but technology has caught up to make relocation unnecessary."

Sports Australia Magazine. April 1999.
"... BIOMEDTECH has developed high altitude simulator... for use in athletes and in the treatment of a range of degenerative disorders..."

The Age. 29 May 1999.
"Training in [hypoxic] air so the blood gets strong is the future. If an athlete hasn't done it, he or she will."

David Jordan, competitive cyclist, Men's Journal, Feb. 1997
"When you hit the mountains, you'll be ready to go full-bore...No altitude sickness, no holding back... [Hypoxic training] cut my training time in half."

Ron Crawford, Ron Crawford's World of Fitness, The Vindicator, Cleveland.
"Hypoxic training causes your workouts to be extremely more efficient and your stamina and progress to reach heights that you never dreamed possible."

MetroSports, October 1996
"Hypoxic training gives conditioned athletes a competitive edge and prepares skiers...to high altitudes."

Out Magazine, Novemeber, 1997
"Hypoxic training has been shown to increase the body's oxygen-delivery system..."

Shape, June 1997
"Hypoxic training can help you perform better in a normal environment."

Men's Fitness, Feb. 1997
"Hypoxic training is a boon for skiers who want to prepare their lungs before a trip to avoid altitude sickness and improve performance...Now recreational athletes can get that same advantage--without a trip to high country."

Snow Country, December 1996
"Now regular folk and flatlanders can live the fitness high life."

Self, Feb.1997
"This workout boosts athletic performance both at high elevations and at sea level...Hypoxic Training will yield positive results, whether you're bashing the bumps on a ski vacation or jogging in Central Park...This also presents a new way to prevent altitude sickness."

Ski, December 1996
"Hypoxic training will help people use oxygen more efficiently -- which makes the body work harder... "

Fit, July/August, 1997
"Training under hypoxic conditions...builds strength and increases cardiovascular endurance..."

Elle, December 1996
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