Altitude training center relocates

Friday , September 06, 2013 - 5:32 PM

Jesus Lopez Jr., Standard-Examiner Staff

OGDEN — Alpine Performance Laboratories moved from its Denver location to set down its roots in the area.

Officials from the research based altitude training center said the move coincides with a change in their company mission, which involves training and testing exercise protocols on elite athletes.

Company officials said the focal point of this new mission is a new sport supplement product called Mountain Might, which they said is designed to help at high altitude.

“By activating your body’s natural response to hypoxia, Mountain Might enables athletes to pre-acclimatize, heighten acclimatization, as well as reap the benefits of altitude training while remaining at sea-level,” said Research Director Jason Keck.

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