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Review: Elevation Training Mask 1.0 vs Elevation Training Mask 2.0

The Elevation Training Mask is a training device that covers your face and restricts the amount of oxygen you can breath in. The ideal is simple: restrict the amount of oxygen into your body to make your workouts more difficult, with the aim to improve your overall fitness.

Yet the problem many have found is the fact Elevation Training Mask makes two versions of its popular masks, The Elevation Training Mask 1.0 and The Elevation Training Mask 2.0 (both products we have reviewed previously).

With two similar options the question begs, how do you decide which one is for you and why? It’s a question we’re often asked so in the video above John reviews both masks in a head-to-head battle. He breaks down the mask into four categories:

1. How well it works
2. Visibility
3. Fit and Size
4. Price

To find out the winner of The Elevation Training Mask 1.0 versus The Elevation Training Mask 2.0 check out the video above.

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  • bodybybell

    I’d have to disagree. I’ve had both for almost two years. I always lift with it. The 1.0 definitely puts more strain on your heart, lungs and oxygen supply, making your body work harder. It is tedious for some lifts if you haven’t found the proper work around. However, all I use is the 1.0 now. I bought that one after the 2.0. Like I said, it is tougher because when it’s sealed properly, the air has nowhere to escape. When I trained with the 2.0 I put on all the most constrictive valves, then tapes over the two on the sides and only left one tiny hole to breathe through from the front, and the 1.0 was tougher than that. So if you are looking to really train and not just look pretty, check out the 1.0. But if you’d rather go for looks in the gym then yes, he’s right, the 2.0 is your best bet.

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