Exercise Face Mask

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Elevate your training experience with our premium Exercise Mask, designed to help you excel in altitude-based workouts and Intermittent Hypoxic Training (IHT). When paired with our Altitude Generator, this exercise mask empowers you to train as if you were in a low oxygenated environment, allowing for powerful physiological gains.

Crafted to meet medical-grade standards, our High Altitude Exercise Mask offers exceptional quality and performance. It features a comfortable neoprene strap for a secure fit.

* Must be used in conjunction with a Reservoir breathing bag and Altitude Generator.

Unleash your full potential with altitude training like never before.

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What is an exercise face mask?

An exercise face mask is a type of mask worn to restrict airflow during exercise. It can help improve cardiovascular fitness and respiratory function. Sometimes, people use exercise masks to simulate the effects of high-altitude training.

Types of Exercise Face Masks

There are two main types of exercise masks:

Training Masks: Training masks are usually silicone or rubber and have different resistance settings. They limit the air that one can inhale and exhale.

Elevation Training Mask: The Elevation Training Mask simulates the effects of training at high altitudes. They work by limiting the amount of oxygen that somebody can breathe in.

Benefits of Exercise Face Masks

  • Exercise masks offer several potential benefits, including:


  • Improved cardiovascular fitness: Exercise face masks can help improve cardiovascular fitness by increasing heart and respiratory rates.


  • Improved respiratory function: Exercise face masks can help improve respiratory function by strengthening respiratory muscles and increasing lung capacity.


  • Enhanced Athletic Performance: Sometimes, athletes use exercise face masks to improve their performance. They can help increase endurance, speed, and strength.


  • Reduced risk of injury: Exercise face masks can help reduce the risk of exercise-related injuries by improving breathing techniques and reducing respiratory stress.

Safety Considerations When Using Exercise Face Masks

It is important to note that exercise face masks are not for everyone. People with certain medical conditions, such as asthma, heart disease, and high blood pressure, should not use exercise masks without first talking to their doctor.

It is also essential to start slowly when using an exercise face mask. Start using the lowest resistance setting and gradually increase the resistance as you become more comfortable. It’s also important to listen to your body and stop using the mask if you feel Discomfort.

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  1. Ray Matthews

    I use the exercise mask with my generator on my turbo sessions in the Winter

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