(Head Office: Kobe City, Hyogo Prefecture, President and COO: Yasuto Hirota, hereinafter referred to as ASICS) have jointly conducted a clinical study to evaluate the effect of exercise in a hypoxic environment on sleep quality. (President & CEO: Yasuto Hirota, Head Office: Kobe, Hyogo, Japan; hereinafter “ASICS”) jointly conducted a clinical trial to verify the effects of exercise in a hypoxic environment on sleep quality. Brain Sleep and ASICS Sports Engineering Laboratory supervised the design of the experiment, and conducted the study at the urban hypoxic training facility “ASICS Sports Complex TOKYO BAY” (Operator︓ ASICS Sports Complex Co. (ASICS Sports Complex Tokyo Bay, operating company: ASICS Sports Complex Co., Ltd.), an urban hypoxic training facility operated by ASICS, for four weeks.
For the results, please see the release.
In conjunction with the report of the above results, an online talk event was held on Wednesday,March １０ to explore new possibilities for the relationship b/w hypoxic training and sleep and the various effects that can be expected by incorporating hypoxic training.
We were able to report the research results and share the effects with many people.
Event Name︓Does Training Change? Sleep Quality
Date︓ Wednesday, March １０, １８：００ ー １９：００
Speaker︓ Professor Seiji Aino
(Representative Director and Chief Research Advisor of Brain Sleep Inc.
Professor, Department of Psychiatry, Stanford University School of Medicine / Director, Institute of Sleep and Body Rhythm, Stanford University)
Professor Kazunari Goto
(Professor, Faculty of Sport and Health Sciences, Ritsumeikan University)
(President of Radiance Inc. / Miss International Japan ２０１０, ４th place in the world competition)
Capacity ︓ First-come-first-served ３００ people (advance registration required)
Registration Fee︓Free of Charge
Location︓ Online (Zoom webinar)