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02/01/2017

We are pleased to announce you the creation of the Youtube Channel "Hypoventilation Training". It will allow us first to share visually the news of this training method and its utilization in different kind of sports and second to make you better undersand how it works. You can already watch our first video that was taken at the 2016 European Congress of Sport Science in Vienna, Austria, in which Xavier Woorons presents the results of a study dealing with the effects of hypoventilation training on swimming performance.

10/12/2016

The Rugby players of Toulon (France) are testing hypoventilation training to improve their physical capacities.

rugby toulon hypoventilation

28/11/2016

The French team of Judo-Jujitsu, which trained for the first time with hypoventilation, wins 4 world champonship titles and 13 medals overall in the 2016 world championships in Poland.

french team judo jujitsu

02/10/2016

Arpeh, in collaboration with the University of Lausanne (Switzerland) is to start a new study that aims at investigating the effects of hypoventilation training at high intensity on the physical performance of rugby players. To be continued...

10/09/2016

The French team of Judo-Jujitsu, under the responsibility of Bruno Le Gal, uses hypoventilation training for its preparation to the world championships 2016 that will take place in Poland in November.

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15/07/2016

Xavier Woorons presenting his research on hypoventilation training at high intensity at the Congress of Sport Science in Vienna, Austria.

Xavier Woorons ECSS 2016              Xavier Woorons ECSS 2

28/06/2016

Xavier Woorons will participate in the 21st Congress of the European College of Sport Science (ECSS)which will take place in Vienna (Austria) between 6th and 9th of july 2016 to present his research on the effects of hypoventilation training at supramaximal in swimming. Let's meet on the 8th of july from 6:00 PM in the Room S2 to attend the presentation. Here is the general programme.

07/06/2016

You can read the summary of the new study published by ARPEH on the effects of repeated sprint training in hypoxia induced by hypoventilation in swimming here

01/06/2016

The article that shows the positive effects of hypoventilation training on swimming performance has just been published in the issue of June of the American Journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise. You can read the paper on the scientific site Researchgate.

24/05/2016

The University of Lausanne (Switzerland), in collaboration with ARPEH and the University of Lille (France), publish an original study on the effects of repeated sprint training in hypoxia induced by voluntary hypoventilation in swimming. The results show that this training method is more effective for improving repeated sprint ability in swimmers than the same training performed under normal conditions. This study, published in the International Journal of Sports Physiology & Performance, confirms the results obtained in the previous research conducted in swimming.  Hypoventilation had never been performed at such velocity!

10/04/2016

A  study published this month demonstrates once again the positive effect of hypoventilation training, through the combined effect of hypoxia and hypercapnia, in swimmers' performance. The article can be consulted here.

07/01/2016

 2016 starts well! ARPEH and the Pluridisciplinary Research Unit 'Sport Health & Society' (URePSSS) of Lille University (France) has just published a study in the American Journal Medicine & Science in Sports & Exercise on the effects of hypoventilation training on swimming performance. For the first time the method was used at high exercise intensities. The results show a marked increase in performance for the 100-, 200- and 400-m freestyle trials. Waiting for the publication of the paper in the journal, you can read the summary by clicking here.

24/12/2015

A study carried out by greek researchers and published this month in the "Journal of Human Kinetics" shows that training with hypoventilation over a 4-month period improves time performance in fin swimmers for the 50-m apnea trial and the 400-m surface trial.

hypoventilation training in fin swimming

Summary of the study

16/12/2015

Eric Laperrière, the swimming coach of the Aix Savoie Triathlon team uses hypoventilation training since last year with his triathletes. To him, the method is efflicient for reducing the feeling of fatigue during a race.

hypoventilation training aix triathlon team 

07/10/2015

The french team sprint cross-country skiing, coached by Cyril Burdet, experiments hypoventilation training for improving performance in its skiers.

hypoventilation training french team sprint cross country skiing 

02/09/2015

The swimmers of Northwestern University, Chicago, Illinois, coached by Andrew Sheaff, now perform hypoventilation exercises during their training.

08/07/2015

Frédérick Bousquet, the french swimmer, former holder of the world record in the 50 m freestyle, performs aquabiking with hypoventilation for his physical preparation. You can read his interview here (french language).

frederick bousquet aquabiking hypoventilation

26/02/2015

A short video of a korean man convinced of the effectiveness of hypoventilation training.

01/01/2015

We wish you happy new year 2015!

In 2015, a new approach to hypoventilation training will be investigated, in order to make this method even more effective. The first results should be published by the end of the year.

16/11/2014

A study has just shown that the hypoxic and hypercapnic effects of hypoventilation training could increase haemoglobin concentration and VO2max by 5% and 10% respectively! These results have not been published in an international scientific journal and remain to be confirmed. They are however encouraging.

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Summary of the study

10/10/2014

The Institute of Sport Sciences of Lausanne University (ISSUL), headed by Grégoire Millet, in collaboration with ARPEH, has just begun a scientific study on the effects of hypoxic training through  hypoventilation in swimmers.  The results (highly anticipated!) should be known in a few weeks...

15/09/2014

Here is a new kind of physical practice: aquabiking with hypoventilation! More details here.

aquabiking hypoventilation

01/09/2014

The swimmers of Lausanne (Switzerland) now include hypoventilation at low lung volume in their training programme at the instigation of their trainers, Laurent Trincat and Nicolas Tcheng.

Laurent Trincat Xavier Woorons experience Lausanne              Xavier Woorons Laurent Trincat bis

29/05/2014

A few pictures of the Swimming Conference that took place in Lille (Northern France):

Xavier woorons journees natation 1  Xavier Woorons journees natation 2   Xavier Woorons journees natation 3

02/05/2014

On May the 28th, Xavier Woorons will make a short Swimming Conference to present the interest for swimmers to train with hypoventilation. The conferences will take place at the University of Sport Sciences in Lille (northern France). You can get all the information here.

12/04/2014

The city of La Madeleine (Northern France) presents hypoventilation training to its inhabitants in the Municipal Journal of April.

                              Xavier Woorons La Madeleine Enlarge picture

14/03/2014

Xavier Woorons discusses the interest of hypoventilation training for swimmers on the website www.swimmingscience.net. You can read the interview here.

15/01/2014

Hypoventilation training is now on Wikipédia

09/01/2014

The book "Hypoventilation training, push your limits!" is now available! You can buy it on this website by clicking here.

01/01/2014

We wish you a nice and happy new year! Of course, we also hope hypoventilation training will help you improve your performance.

20/12/2013

A few days before Christmas, the first copies of the book "Hypoventilation training, push your limits" have arrived. The members of ARPEH can get the book (with a 10%  discount!) before its official publication, on the 9th of January. 

02/11/2013

An American study that has just been published in the journal "Scandinavian Journal of Medicine and Science in Sports" has showed that several weeks of training including hypoventilation workouts could improve performance in swimming. It's a good news, this is going in the right direction! A summary of the study here.

05/10/2013

The website www.gymsante.eu has published an article on hypoventilation training and the researches carried out by ARPEH. We are grateful for their support. You can find their article (in French) by clicking here.

05/09/2013

The scientific study dealing with hypoventilation in swimming, which has been carried out by ARPEH and Paris 13 University, has just been published on the internet. For the first time, thanks to an innovative technique allowing the measurement of blood O2 concentrations, we have shown that swimmers could train under hypoxic conditions at sea level if they use hypoventilation at low lung volume. You can get an overview of the paper by clicking here. The paper is due to be published officially in the journal Respiratory Physiology Neurobiology at the beginning of January 2014.

02/08/2013

1 month after being created, many of you have already visited www.hypoventilation-training.com. We thank the people who have sent support and kind messages.

03/07/2013

Birth of the website www.hypoventilation-training.com! We hope many of you will enjoy it and will find it interesting.

 

 

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Xavier Woorons Respiratory physiology neurobiology
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xavier woorons international journal sports medicine
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xavier woorons european journal of applied physiology
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Xavier Woorons Respiratory physiology neurobiology
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