Professional athletes have long used high altitude training to get a competitive advantage. It has become a major trend among top athletes performing in the Olympics and other competitive events. Olympic athletes have been training for years in thin air to boost their performance by physiologically adapting their bodies to high altitude. This cost prohibitive approach of training at altitude, using altitude tents or hypoxia devices has given those that can afford the expense an unfair advantage… until now.
Biomedical engineers from southern California spent years developing ALTITUDE BOOST™ high altitude performance supplement whose clinically tested ingredients were able to mimic the effects of high altitude training.
So how can it be this simple?
The New Competitive Advantage
ALTITUDE BOOST™ tricks the body adaptation systems to be mimic high altitude and allow you to gain all the benefits of high altitude training without having to deprive yourself of oxygen, use altitude tents or masks. You can now experience the benefits of high altitude training, year round.
All from a simple supplement ALTITUDE BOOST™ that you take on a daily basis.
With ALTITUDE BOOST™ you can expect to see results in as little as 1 week. Taking two tablets of ALTITUDE BOOST™ daily, increases oxygen utilization giving you the ability to push harder during workouts, resulting in increased stamina.
Other benefits caused by the physiological adaptations include an increase in red blood cells, VO2max, improvements in time to exhaustion, reduced recovery times and improved mental function.
ALTITUDE BOOST™ works at both sea level and at altitude, so no matter where you live you now have the ability to harness the power of “thin air” and get the same competitive edge of top athletes.
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Take two (2) tablets daily with a meal. Take consistently for maximum effect. All ingredients as in compliance with WADA, UCI, IOC, NCAA and all governing bodies.