Hypoxi Research

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.

A summary of the results recorded is set out below:


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.

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 provides further evidence that HYPOXI’s Vacunaut and L250 achieve desired weight loss by enhancing the body’s natural metabolic function during exercise.