The facility, planned to open a year in advance of the 2020 Olympics, will allow athletes to access low-oxygen training without having to travel to higher altitude
Sir Mo Farah is an Olympic and World Championship gold medalist. He’s arguably one of the best known and most well-decorated distance runners currently competing. Yet Farah’s life on the road isn’t what most would consider to be glamorous or exciting
Two U Sports All Canadians weigh in on the benefits of hypoxic chambers
American professional runner Nick Arciniaga ran a 5:01 mile in Flagstaff, Ariz. wearing a Boba Fett costume from the Star Wars series (photo: Martos Hoffman).
Two of Canada’s top marathoners, Reid Coolsaet and Lanni Marchant, are training in Iten, Kenya in preparation for the 2016 outdoor season.
The first time you put on the Elevation Training Mask is a bit of a shock. The mask, which claims to simulate high altitude training, limits the amount of oxygen you take in by […]
Last week we introduced the second part in our photo series on a Hawaiian trailrunning adventure. A running team consisting of professional runners Jason Schlarb and Julien Chorier and amateur runner Bill Clements. The trio […]
Remember summer camp? For weeks you couldn’t wait to get away to be outdoors and have days jam-packed with activity. Luckily, you can still go to camp as an adult. Running camps can last […]
Canadian runner and coach Kate Gustafson is in Iten, Kenya, training with some of Canada’s top athletes. She put together this video of the time she’s spent in the East African country. Chasing goals […]
December 20th, 2013 by Scott Leitch | Posted in Uncategorized | No Comments »
Many competitive runners have tried to use altitude training camps to boost their fitness. Living at altitude increases the size of red blood cells and amount of hemoglobin in the blood. But how high […]