Oxygen Cell Training


Inspired by nature, OXYGEN CELL TRAINING finds its origin in the energizing effect of the high-altitude air in the mountains. Some users also compare OXYGEN CELL TRAINING with high-altitude training, as one does when staying in high mountains. Even though this is physically not quite correct – at altitude it is not the oxygen concentration in the inhaled air that decreases, but the air pressure – the result is comparable: The oxygen saturation in the blood drops, and this triggers regeneration effects.

OXYGEN CELL TRAINING starts with the basic functional principle of the organism: cell metabolism and thus energy production in the mitochondria. These are the smallest components in the cells and are also called power plants of the body. If the oxygen content in the air drops, a series of adaptation processes is set in motion in our body. The combination of oxygen-reduced and oxygen-enriched air creates a training stimulus through which healthy mitochondria can multiply and weakened or old mitochondria die off. The performance and regeneration capacity of all cells and thus of the entire body is optimized, resulting in physical and mental well-being.

Behavior of mitochondria under oxygen deficiency

Fig.: The temporary oxygen deprivation eliminates the damaged mitochondria in the cells, the healthy ones now divide better and thus provide new energy supply.
The term “training” sounds at first like sport and effort. However, OXYGEN CELL TRAINING takes place in a completely relaxed lying position and is perceived as very pleasant. Only the mitochondria have to make an effort – and this is hardly noticed by the person, who lies relaxed during the entire training. For 35 to 45 minutes, air with a high and low oxygen concentration is alternately inhaled through a breathing mask at intervals. Adapted to the individual constitution of the trainee, the oxygen concentration is reduced during the training phase and then increased during the regeneration phase. During the entire training, the vital data are safely monitored and recorded for later evaluation. In this way, the optimal training goal for the cells can be achieved. A course of 15 to 20 sessions spread over a period of five to ten weeks is recommended.

OXYGEN CELL TRAINING is a fitness training for our cells, which sustainably increases the energy production in our cells and strengthens our immune system. It is suitable for young healthy people as well as for older sick people. The body’s own protective systems, which protects us from diseases and aging processes, are strengthened and chronic diseases such as high blood pressure, diabetes or COPD can be prevented. By optimizing the cellular metabolism, more energy is available to the body, which leads to higher performance, more relaxation and faster regeneration.

Environmental influences, stress and the consequences of modern lifestyle can thus be effectively counteracted. OXYGEN CELL TRAINING is a scientifically proven, effective and safe application. There are many good reasons for OXYGEN CELL TRAINING: improvement of physical fitness, treatment of chronic fatigue symptoms, reduction of redundant fat cells, strengthening of the immune system, restful sleep and an optimized metabolism, just to mention just a few. For many diseases such as allergies, asthma, cardiovascular disease and obesity, OXYGEN CELL TRAINING can have a supportive effect and alleviate the symptoms. All this can lead to an increased well-being and more joy of life.


Before you start the training, your attending physician or therapist will go into detail about your symptoms. Depending on the symptoms and their extent, the ventilator will be individually adjusted to your needs.

After that, the training can start. To do this, get into a lying or semi-sitting position – you should feel comfortable and be able to relax. The use of cell phones, tablets, etc. is not recommended, as the distraction interferes with relaxation. Your doctor or therapist will then fit you with a breathing mask – you don’t need to worry about not getting enough air, as you can continue breathing normally even with the mask on. A tube is attached to the mask, which is connected to the ventilator. Through this tube, you will then be supplied with high oxygen containing air as well as with a low oxygen contaning air alternately for a few minutes during the following approx. 35 to 45 minutes. This respiratory air has previously passed through several filters so that disease transmission through the respiratory air can is eliminated.

The concern of some patients that they will go into respiratory distress with low oxygen levels is completely unfounded. Usually, the only noticeable difference is that the air smells slightly different. The feeling of not being able to breath properly does not occur. In addition, you wear a pulse oximeter on your finger during the entire session. This continuously records your heart rate and blood oxygen levels. This monitoring allows the doctor/therapist to make sure that you are not exposing yourself to danger at any time and to respond to changes in your blood oxygen levels.

The goal during training is to alternately lower and raise the oxygen content in the blood. A low oxygen level is by no means harmful during intervals, but rather desirable and crucial for the effect of the workout. You don’t have to worry about your blood oxygen dropping too low. On the one hand, your doctor or therapist will set up the machine so that this does not occur. On the other hand, the ventilator includes a sensitive safety system. If you do drop lower than expected, the machine will shut down immediately or supply you with more oxygen. The training is absolutely safe.

Afterwards, your doctor or therapist will discuss your training with you using the visual evaluation, so you will be told exactly how your body is responding to the training and how the treatment results are developing over several weeks. If you are unsure about anything or have any questions, approach your doctor or therapist – they will be happy to answer any questions you may have.

Oxygen Cell Training Tips

Never exercise with a full stomach, if possible do not eat 2-4 hours before, drinking some water is ok
Go to the toilet before the workout to empty your bladder
Relax and listen to pleasant, soothing music during the session if necessary, preferably through headphones
Breathe through the nose as EQUALLY as possible
Possibly bring water for after the workout
Between the oxygyn cell training and further sporty training units (workout) should be at least a two hours break
The oxygen cell training should never be performed under the influence of alcohol or drugs
If you feel unwell, have a severe headache or dizziness, the session should be stopped and the height corrected by the coach if necessary