With our IHT machines your altitude training can be done from your sofa, your home bike trainer or treadmill, or while you sleep. The choice is yours!
IHT stands for Intermittent Hypoxic training, a technique of breathing short bursts of reduced air through a mask, alternated with normal air. The stimulus is enough to trigger deep adaptations but not long enough to bring on fatigue or the issues associated with high altitude sickness. IHT is the fastest way to adapt to low oxygen.
IHT enables you to pre-acclimatise before a departure to altitude along with offering a host of health benefits in weight loss, lower blood pressure and a boost to the immune system.
*All rentals include required hoses, mask, and oximeter, and are paid for in advance.
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The Everest Summit II Altitude Generator (also known as a hypoxicator) is easy to use, portable, and quiet. This top of line system is ideal for home use.
Altitudes up to 21,000′ with High-Altitude Adapter
Compatible with sleeping, IHT and exercise training programs
Wheels on Bottom, Handle on Top for easy transport
Lightweight (57lbs / 26kg) and portable with wheels and handle
Sleep at altitude with the sleep mask and perform hypoxic workouts on your stationary training equipment.
Perform stationary Intermittent Hypoxic Training for added benefits
Acclimatise to altitudes of up to 21,000ft/6400m
Complete mask system $265
Mask only $125
Add an altitude tent or sleep mask to your system and take full advantage of the phenomenon “live high, train low” as you sleep at mountainous heights every night.
Portable altitude tent queen size
Easy to pitch and stow for temporary uses and quick setup
Packs small and light for travel
Use accurate O2% readings to determine your exact simulated altitude
Compatible with all Hypoxico Tent and mask systems
Convenient and easy to use one-touch spot check design and dial calibration
Required for Exercise and IHT Training
Use accurate SPO2% readings to determine your blood-oxygen saturation
Necessary for Safety and following Training Protocols