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“Live High-Train Low” Paradigm: Moving the Debate Forward


The recent article by Drs. Bejder and Nordsborg (1) on the weakness of scientific evidences supporting that the hypobaric or normobaric “live high-train low” (LHTL) method improves sport-specific exercise performance has the merit of recalling the importance of careful methodological design (2) for future altitude-related research. Although we agree that double blinding, inclusion of a normoxic control group, implementation of a lead-in period, adequate sample size, and statistical power are paramount to minimize the potential biases (e.g., placebo or nocebo effect, training content or trainability influence), several comments would merit consideration.
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Franck Brocherie, Grégoire P Millet. “Live High-Train Low” Paradigm: Moving the Debate Forward. Exercise and Sport Sciences Reviews, 2018, 46 (4), pp.271. ⟨10.1249/JES.0000000000000164⟩. ⟨hal-02544975⟩


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