Highly conditioned athletes and severely deconditioned individuals alike are achieving their personal best through regular use of the Cyclic Variations in Adaptive Conditioning™ (CVAC™) Process.
The CVAC™ Process represents an unparalleled approach for improving the body’s energy system function. Effort and workload are each varied and increased by using patterned sequential progression in amplitude of dynamic pressure changes to fresh air. Regular, rhythmic use of the CVAC Process can elicit some of the same benefits gained through traditional aerobic and anaerobic exercise.
How can you take part in this unique conditioning experience? Find out in CVAC Solutions.
Adaptation-based physical conditioning versus altitude training
We recognize that endurance athletes often engage in altitude training; however, that training differs greatly from the adaptation-based conditioning provided by the CVAC Process. The hypoxic stress component of the CVAC Process is brief, transient, and pulsatile; it does not compare to the static, long-term exposures to unnaturally lowered oxygen concentrations associated with nitrogen tents, a popular form of “altitude training”. With the CVAC Process, dynamic changes in pressure are applied to fresh room air only.
Improve recovery time (post exercise)
Improve athletic performance
Receive the benefits of classic exercise on off days without the stress and waste products
Increase VO2 max
Increase o2 uptake
Improve glycolytic energy production
Improve metabolic waste removal
Increase Nitric Oxide
Stimulate mitochondrial biogenesis
Flush AGEs (Advanced Glycation End Products