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Training Mask 2.0 Review: Can It Replicate Altitude Training?

Elevation Training Mask Helps Endurance Athletes
Training Mask 2.0 aims to help all kinds of athletes, professionals and beginners, regulate their breathing, increase lung stamina, lung capacity, oxygen efficiency and increase their overall performance, not only in sports but in their day to day activities.
The Elevation Training Mask has a multi-level resistance system that reduces air flow through their flux valve system. It promotes increased lung capacity by forcing you to inhale fuller deeper breaths. Once your body adapts to the resistance your lungs will be trained to take deeper breaths and use oxygen more efficiently. While using it, the conditioning of your lungs will increase along with your endurance and diaphragm strength.

Read more: Elevation Training Mask Helps Endurance Athletes In Respiratory Muscle Training

Training Mask 2.0 simulates high altitude training at 3,000 ft, 6,000 ft, 9,000 ft, 12,000 ft, 15,000 ft and 18,000 ft. You set your workout pace valves to the simulated altitude you want.

I tried out the Training Mask 2.0 for the first time almost one year ago and it has made a difference for me. I remember that once I put it on, I had a hard time breathing, without even starting my workout, but I challenged myself and felt a difference after a few days.
The air resistance system restrained my breathing and lungs to contract in the right sequence, allowing me to maximize every breath and now I am able to use it, simulating an altitude of 18,000 ft.
I’m not a professional athlete but I want to be the fit which is why I suggest Training Mask 2.0 if you want to take your training to a whole new level.


Strengthens the diaphragm and sculpts abdominals, conditions the lungs by creating pulmonary resistance, increases surface area and elasticity in alveoli, increases lung capacity and oxygen efficiency and increases anaerobic thresholds. For more information visit

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