Improved running economy and increased hemoglobin mass in elite runners after extended moderate attitude exposure
There is conflicting evidence whether hypoxia improves running economy (RE), maximal O2 uptake (over(V, ̇)O2 max), haemoglobin mass (Hbmass) and performance, and what total accumulated dose is necessary for effective adaptation. The aim of this study was
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