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High-altitude training is popular among many elite-level athletes as it increases hemoglobin in the blood and helps optimize the use of oxygen, aiding in endurance and overall performance.

A group of students from Cedarville University is conducting a test to see if a high-altitude training mask, meant to simulate training at high elevations, actually gives athletes the benefits of training at high altitudes.

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Cedarville, Cedarville University, high-altitude training, exercise science, study



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