After exceeding 2,500 m above sea level, the risk of acute mountain sickness increases sharply. Furthermore, incorrect acclimation to high altitudes (> 5,000m n.p.m.) may result in the development of high-altitude cerebral edema (HACE), which is a life-threatening condition.

Training with AIR ZONE offers a great tool for preparation before approaching high altitudes.

Stimulation that is analogous to that at high altitudes induces several processes of acclimation. The aim of acclimation is to adapt to new environmental conditions.
If this procedure is started and carried out before going to the mountains, the decline in physical fitness and the risk of developing acute mountain sickness is largely mitigated