For every athlete or fitness freak, high altitude training is helpful, in every aspect. One of the main goals of high altitude training is to build up the stamina and blood oxygen-carrying capacity so that the level of training on sea level can increase somewhat incapacity.

  • Why is high altitude training better?

In higher altitudes, the temperature is really low making the air pressure low as well, since the air pressure is low, the level of oxygen molecules would below as well, hence making it hard to breathe properly, and if you train in that kind of altitudes.

the first thing you’ll learn and gain is the less intake of oxygen per breath, giving yourself as natural boost when additional oxygen is supplied( at sea level there is high air pressure and more of the oxygen molecules) hence increasing your blood circulation and providing more energy to the body and hence increasing stamina.

  • Temperature resistance

Another important thing the athletes training at higher altitudes gain is temperature resistance since higher altitudes have low temperatures and working out in low temperature mold their body cells to not to have anaerobic respiration hence they do not get cramps due to low temperature, and can stay in workout clothes instead of thermals. With this as again, when coming back to sea level, the athletes do not get any problem with warming up and with a little bit of warming up their bodies to get their full endurance and strength and hence they don’t have to put more time in getting their body hot and ready.

  • What Do athletes gain?

Through high altitude training, the athlete can get great body stamina and endurance that some of the players and athletes get through doping, hence without taking illegal external drugs, they are getting their bodies fit and highly maintained with the natural setting and no special extra thing.

Hence high altitude training gives the body and natural boost and greater endurance with a natural setting without any external input hence giving the athletes great stamina for sea level.