Former professional cyclist and Road Bike Action editor Jonathan Hornbeck writes about the art of...Read More
Using a Masimo Might Sat Pulse Oximeter for Acclimating to Altitude The effects of high altitude on humans are considerable; many changes in the body are occurring simultaneously. The key elements in acclimating to altitude aim...Read More
Predicting Acute Mountain Sickness using Pulse Oximetry Most trekking and expedition groups use pulse oximeters as a novelty item, and many groups carry a pocket pulse oximeter to periodically check the oxygen saturation (SpO2)...Read More
How sleep and training load can affect SpO2 Athletes are very in tune with their bodies. Sometimes an athlete doesn’t wake up feeling right. Sometimes sleep is just not right. It is common to check heart rate and not much more....Read More
Exercising with Intermittent Hypoxia Recently, shorter applications of hypoxia (intermittent hypoxia) at rest or exercise during daytime have been suggested for improvement of sea-level performance. This modality...Read More
The Efficacy and Importance of Pulse Oximetry Data is the second voice of the athlete. This leveraging of data is a simple way to ensure optimum realization of athletic potential. Using pulse oximetry gives the athlete and coach...Read More
Altitude – The Advantages and Disadvantages of Staying High ...Read More
AMS – Why it happens (Pathophysiology) The reason AMS occurs is because of decreased oxygen in the...Read More
Altitude and Hypoxia and the Dakar Rally A continuous supply of oxygen is essential for proper...Read More
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