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Better Breathing: Elevation Training Mask mimics the effect of High Altitude Training. When top athletes want to improve in their performance, they go to high altitude levels to train, and when they come back to sea level to race, they are performing much stronger, faster, and have more endurance due to the type of training they have been doing prior to the event.
With resisted oxygen consumption the human body changes in several ways. The production of red blood cells and new capillaries (small blood vessels) increase the transfer of oxygen from the lungs to the rest of the body. An important natural hormone involved in this process is EPO (erythropoietin).
GMT is also fantastic for anyone suffering from asthma, as most asthmatics tend to over breathe, with the gas mask on they will learn to control their breathing, and some say it can even cure it if done on a regular basis.
Increased Diaphram Strength: Training Mask works hard by increasing Diaphram strength and muscle strength literally from head to toe. A regular work out with the Training Mask soon becomes a more difficult one. The burn and intensity of your lungs becomes apparent when using the Training Mask. Increasing cardio while stengthing the diaphram are just a few of the great benifits of using the Training Mask.
Improved Circulation: The Science behind the Training Mask helps to improve circulation by efficiently moving oxygenated blood to the body’s cells.
Cardiovascular Conditioning: Training Mask practice can provide cardiovascular benefits by lowering resting heart rate, increasing endurance and improving oxygen uptake during exercise. Great results from Training Mask and Cardiovascular conditioning.
Training Mask Relaxation and breathing Techniques while Ultra Running
Tension in muscles hinders running form and efficiency and causes you to use extra energy to fuel antagonistic muscle groups (those not used in running). Aim to keep muscles in the neck, face, shoulders and hands limp and relaxed as you run. Use progressive relaxation routines before training runs and races to work out tension and enter a relaxed state. In these routines, you tense particular muscle groups one at a time for 15 to 30 seconds and then release them, working from head to foot or doing the extremities first and then trunk muscles. Start first with a minute or two of deep belly breathing prior to any progressive relaxation routine to quiet your mind and fully oxygenate your body. Continue breathing deeply as you tense and then release each muscle group. Relaxation exercises should also be completed prior to any visualization routines. You need to be in a positive, relaxed frame of mind before starting imagery work. Choose a quiet area of your home and do five or ten minutes of belly breathing combined with shoulder shrugs and maybe some short affirmations. You can also use relaxation routines and deep breathing in the last day or two before a race, for a few minutes before you go to sleep, to reduce anxiety and help you get into a deep sleep.