Queen Rental Package
Queen Rental Package
Our Box Altitude rental package is available in Queen or Single configurations.
The Queen rental package is only $395 for 2 weeks and $100 per additional week. Better yet, if you decide to purchase the system, the rental costs will be deducted from the overall purchase price making this a great way to try before you buy.
The Queen package tent canopy is designed to sit over your head and rest lightly on your stomach. The surrounding see-through PVC panels help to seal your environment, and the fabric at the front of the altitude tent is made of a unique breathable fabric, specifically designed to repel moisture and keep your environment nice and cool.
Unlike other altitude tents on the market, Box Altitude tents are designed to deliver a comfortable night’s sleep.
We use breathable, durable materials
Reduced noise output from the Hypoxic Compressor generators
Sound proofing embedded into tent
Designed and assembled locally in Melbourne, Australia
The Queen Rental package consists of:
Queen size tent
Box Altitude Hypoxic Compressor generator
Other accessories available include:
Altitude training mask
Queen Tent Size and dimensions
Dimensions: 1510 mm wide x 680 mm long x 830 mm high
Fits up to two people on a queen or king size bed
More about sleep
Good sleep, which is defined by Wikipedia as slow-wave sleep, is the constructive phase of sleep for recuperation of the mind-body system in which it rebuilds itself after each day. Substances that have been ingested into the body while an organism is awake are synthesized into complex proteins of living tissue. Growth hormones are also secreted to facilitate the healing of muscles as well as repairing damage to any tissues. Lastly, glial cells within the brain are restored with sugars to provide energy for the brain.
Quality of sleep can have a profound effect on your physical performance. This can also be magnified if you are both training hard and sleeping at altitude. Sleeping 8 hours a night for an elite athlete may not be enough. Little thought has been given to pairing up your sleep with training load.