Does the Training Mask 2.0 increase your cardio faster than training as hard as possible without it?
I think the idea is to train as hard as possible with the mask.....limiting your oxygen intake while training will eventually help increase your body's ability to absorb more oxygen when performing without the mask. It's the same idea as a runner or cyclist who spends a bulk of their training at high altitutde where the air is thinner, conditioning their body to adapt and then be able to perform a higher level when competing at a "normal" altitude.
I get that, I just wonder if it's not at least to some degree a placebo effect, since people are motivated to train harder while wearing the mask. I've looked at all the available research I can find supporting the mask, but none have a control group
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