Centro de alto rendimiento deportivo
Un lugar idóneo para entrenamientos a gran altitud ubicado en Innsbruck/Kühtai. El centro ofrece también condiciones inmejorables para que los deportistas discapacitadas pueden prepararse aquí para sus competiciones.
Altitude training center Innsbruck/Kühtai
Ever since the 1968 Olympic Games in Mexico City, top athletes have been using altitude training to increase their performance. Specialists in sports science nowadays favor a further development in the area of altitude training, using "live high – train low" strategies.
Instead of giving long, tiring explanations we let trainers and athletes who have already participated in the program of the altitude training center have their say:
Lower Saxony's sports association of handicapped athletes (Behinderten-Sportverband Niedersachsen e.V. (BSN)) for example participated in Innsbruck/Kühtai's altitude training center program this year for the first time. Seven athletes, among them Malte Schneeberg, the current Junior Vice Champion in wheelchair racing, prepared themselves for upcoming competitions with training sessions in Kühtai, the Olympic village and at the University Sports Institute in Innsbruck.
Anthony Kahlfeldt, athletic coordinator of the BSN, praises the excellent conditions in Kühtai and Innsbruck.
"The training conditions in Kühtai and at the university’s sports facilities offer ideal prerequisites and all amenities necessary to prepare adequately for important competitions. Especially handicapped athletes rely on the fact that they can train without any limits to their mobility. And these requirements are met here in Tirol."
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