Hypoxi L250

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INDEPENDANT RESEARCH

As a revolutionary product in the fitness industry, HYPOXI has been the subject of a number of scientific research studies and reviews. Excerpts of just a few of these are set out in this section. Click on the relevant link below to jump to each research type:


 

Scientific Trial


1999 Study into the Effects of Hypoxi Training

In 1998, a scientific trial was conducted to compare the results achieved with HYPOXI training against those achieved with conventional exercise. The study comprised of 530 women between the ages of 25 to 55, and the average weight of the candidates was 65kg. The group was split in two, with half undertaking conventional exercise on a reclined bike, and the other half using HYPOXI. Both groups had to follow the same calorie controlled diet. The group was monitored for a period of six months.

From the above results it is evident that those who participated in HYPOXI training were able to concentrate their circumference loss to the specific problem area of the body, in contrast to conventional exercise.

Vacunaut:

Hypoxi Vacunaut Scientific Trial Graph

 

L250:

Hypoxi L250 Scientific Trial Graph

To summarise:

  • those participants who undertook training with Vacunaut achieved up to 3 and a half times greater circumference loss around the stomach area than the controlled sample who undertook conventional exercise; and
  • those participants who undertook training in the L250 achieved on average a 3 times higher loss of circumference in the area of the lower body than the controlled sample who undertook conventional exercise.

This study was the first to demonstrate HYPOXI’s ability to achieve targeted fat loss results for clients.

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MRI


Independent study using MRI (Magnetic Resonance Imaging)

In a controlled study conducted in Salzburg, Austria, Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) was used to measure and visually demonstrate the reduction of fat achieved with HYPOXI training.

The test was conducted over a two week period, over which time the subject carried out eight HYPOXI training sessions in the L250. In order to reliably measure the reduction of fat over this time, an MRI was taken prior and then subsequent to the completion of the HYPOXI treatments.

MRI after Hypoxi

 

It is apparent from these MR images that the thickness of the fat surrounding the subject’s lower body noticeably reduced on the completion of the HYPOXI L250 training sessions.

These magnetic resonance images, coupled with the table of results below, confirm that the circumference loss achieved with HYPOXI is not attributed to fluid loss, but rather the result of real fat degradation.


  Thickness of Fat Layer
25 Jan 1999
Thickness of Fat Layer
08 Feb 1999
Circumference
Loss
WAIST 14mm 12mm 2cm
STOMACH 24mm 20mm 4cm
BUTTOCKS 60mm 46mm 9cm
THIGH 68mm 44mm 6cm

 

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Independant Study


Medical Prevention Centre Hamburg, 2010

In 2010, Professor Christoph M. Bamberger and his team from the Medical Prevention Centre in Hamburg set out to establish whether HYPOXI really is more effective at targeting stubborn fat and cellulite in problem areas than a regular workout.

PARAMETERS OF THE STUDY

Twenty women and sixteen men were enrolled in the study. All candidates were placed on the same nutritional programme.

The candidates were then split into groups:

WOMEN:

GROUP A: Undertook Hypoxi S120 training 3 times per week for 30 minutes a time

GROUP B: Undertook exercise on a stationary bike 3 times per week for 30 minutes a time

MEN:

GROUP A: Undertook Hypoxi Vacunaut training 3 times per week for 30 minutes a time

GROUP B: Undertook exercise on a treadmill 3 times per week for 30 minutes a time

SUMMARY OF FINDINGS

At the conclusion of 4 weeks, all candidates were subjected to rigorous measurement and analysis. Professor Bamberger and his team made the following findings:

WOMEN

Reduction in circumference (HIPS, BUTTOCKS AND THIGHS): The total circumference lost by the HYPOXI group (an average of 13.1cm) was significantly more than for the participants in the control group (an average of 4.8cm):

Independant Study 1

Reduction in circumference (THIGH): The circumference lost by the HYPOXI group from each thigh (an average of 2.9cm) was very significantly larger than for the participants in the control group (an average of just 0.7cm):

Independant Study 2

Reduction in circumference (ABS & HIPS): The circumference lost by the HYPOXI group from the abdomen and hips (an average of 7.4cm) was very significantly larger than for the participants in the control group (an average of just 2.7cm):

Independant Research 3

MEN

Reduction in circumference (ABS & HIPS): The circumference lost by the HYPOXI group from the abdomen and hips (an average of 9.4cm) was very significantly larger than for the participants in the control group (an average of just 2.9cm):

Independant Research 4

Professor Bamberger concluded that while both conventional exercise and HYPOXI can result can weight loss results over 4 weeks, the effects are better with HYPOXI. He said:

“with regard to fat in the targeted zones, HYPOXI is significantly superior to a conventional workout. HYPOXI is a scientifically method for fat reduction on problem zones.”

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