Today we are proud to announce our collaboration with Altium i10 – the personal hypoxic device (altitude simulator) we tested earlier this year. We are now able to offer our contacts, coaching clients and training centre guests, exclusive discount codes to reduce the initial outlay of purchasing the device, and the cartridges it requires over time.
We are able to offer a 10% discount off the full consumer price of the Altium i10 device starter pack (the device and 5 cartridges), and a free extra pack of 5 cartridges on top of that.
This equates to a £100 savings.
Our coaches can now also offer training programmes which integrate periodised usage of the Altium i10, devised in consultation with Altium i10’s consultant physiologist.
We had exciting results with our amateur tests of the device, back in June. You can read the blogs we wrote at the time, and see how we saw improvement across Functional Threshold Power, VO2 Max, as well as on-the-road measures like hill climb segment times, and year-on-year TT race improvement of 30 seconds over 10 kilometres. The three posts we put out about the Altium are available below:
If you’d like to read further about the device, it has also been covered in the cycling press:
“Altium i10 offers altitude adaptation in a can: trial shows performance gains”, Bike Radar; July 1, 2015
“Altium i10 review: Joel Enoch takes a closer look at this altitude training device”, Triathlon 220; Nov 20, 2015
It is also worth visiting the Altium i10 website. There are more reviews, you can read about their athlete ambassadors, and read up on or watch videos about the formal lab tests undertaken on the device.
If you would like to find out more about the discounts, or the training programmes, please do get in touch with us.