New NAU Training Facility Uses Altitude Control Technology

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The new 77,000-square-foot Student-Athlete High-Performance Center at Northern Arizona University is using a special technology that allows athletic trainers to change the effective altitude within the facility to simulate different elevations in order to maximize physical training.

The altitude simulation, by Altitude Control Technology, enables the athletic staff to easily set the desired elevation in the new 2,000-square-foot altitude chamber, and within hours the athletes are able to train in a completely different environment, according to a news release

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