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Old 02-18-20, 10:26 PM
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Elevation Training Mask?

Has anyone tried one of these to prepare for higher altitude events? I have not found reference to them on any cycling sites, but they seem to be popular for other pursuits, at least by those who have reviewed them.

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Edit to add: they're good for scaring children who've seen Hannibal Lecter movies though.
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There is a lot more to exchanging CO2 for O2 at altitude that restricting airflow at lower altitudes won't make up for.
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Also, lookup altitude sleep tents instead if this is a serious thing you want to do.
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