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.

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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