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Intermittent altitude training


Performance plays an essential role in all areas of life. Through scientifically based findings, this can be increased efficiently and the desired goals can be pursued in all areas, from competitive athletes to health athletes. All approaches, from sports training to nutritional analysis and epigenetic analysis, are used to achieve the defined goal.


The latest methods of top-class sport prepared for health and performance in everyday life

We have put together measures carried out in top-class sport for all health- and sport-conscious citizens and offer them as part of our services. Starting with performance diagnostics, epigenetic analyzes and hypoxia training, the latest methods are tested and incorporated into the service catalogue. Therefore, with us you are always up to date with the latest scientific developments.


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Please note that we also work with various health partners and our services can also be billed there (e.g. SVA - Health Hundreds,...)


With targeted training planning, you can achieve your goals together with our team. We also support you in your projects with the know-how we have gained in top-class sport.


Training in a lack of oxygen (altitude training) has offered an opportunity to improve performance for decades. This knowledge was used in sports science, especially in high-performance sports. New technical possibilities make it possible to make this method available in the form of intermittent hypoxia.

We offer this new technology in a combination of oxygen deprivation and increased oxygen administration - intermittent hypoxia/hyperoxia. 


The areas of application are wide-ranging and are also stated in the specialist literature as follows.


  • Increased performance through:  

    • Increase in capillary density (angiogenesis)

    • Increasing mitochondrial density

    • Increase in erythopoiesis

    • Increasing cell metabolism and improving energy metabolism

    • Improved O2 utilization in the cells


  • Optimal preparation for high-altitude exposures 

  • COPD

  • Sleep apnea

  • Arterial hypertension

  • Metabolic syndrome

  • Diabetes mellitus type II


How often the body reads genes varies greatly and is also influenced by environmental influences, diet and lifestyle. There are possibilities that genes cannot be read. One reason for this is DNA methylation, which serves to regulate metabolic processes. For example, more or less of an enzyme is produced. Important genes in sport are TNF alpha or interleukin 6 (IL 6). If these genes are too low in methylation, low-grade inflammation occurs, which inhibits performance. The methylation level in Line 1 reflects the total methylation in the body and provides initial indications of an increased need for methyl donors such as folic acid (Hunter et al., 2019). Environmental influences and diet can change methylation and thus gene activity. 
Another possibility for regulation are miRNAs. These are short pieces of RNA that control signal transduction. miRNAs are very rapid regulatory mechanisms. A change in miRNAs can be measured after just 1 day of sports intervention. An appropriate increase in training or a possible additional need for secondary plant ingredients or vitamins can be recognized. You can determine whether the body is already at its limits or can be challenged even further. miRNAs reflect the current training status and can enable rapid interventions and adjustments to the training plan.



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Jetlag Experte - Dr. Jörg Stehle


Partnerlabor für Epigentische Analysen


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 Dr. Nadine Wimmer


Institut für nachhaltige Gesundheitsvorsorge

Dr. Hannes Pratscher

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