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 4 months ago '09        #1
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iamsoulja 
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Is Denver Altitude that bad?
 

 
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 4 months ago '19        #2
KeyserSoze  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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yes
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 4 months ago '22        #3
Loon Byke 
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No. Don’t believe everything you read, Alize and weed
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 4 months ago '09        #4
iamsoulja  OP
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 KeyserSoze said 🔗
yes
Thatís crazy, I thought that sh1t was all talk
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 4 months ago '04        #5
gutta561 
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It is. Went to CO two years ago and felt like sh1t while we were on the road to the hotel.

I went with the mindset that all this talk about the altitude was all talk
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 4 months ago '22        #6
RockyIII 
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I live at 7,500 feet. Denver altitude ain’t sh1t for me
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 4 months ago '13        #7
Him  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x1
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Depends on the person
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 4 months ago '17        #8
Mario Chalmers  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x15
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Lmao they’re doing it for a bit. No it’s not that bad. It’s not that bad at all.
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 4 months ago '17        #9
Mario Chalmers  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x15
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 gutta561 said 🔗
It is. Went to CO two years ago and felt like sh1t while we were on the road to the hotel.

I went with the mindset that all this talk about the altitude was all talk
Yeah but thatís when you first arrive. You acclimate to it pretty quickly.
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 4 months ago '23        #10
IversonToWebber  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x3
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It depends on the person and their health. Some people will get dizzy and find it hard to breathe. While other people won't even realize the difference.
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 4 months ago '15        #11
donnyyy  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x36
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shrugs...only been there once... didn't stay long enough to really feel that because i was inside
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 4 months ago '09        #12
JaguarPawww 
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Depends on a lot of factors, as stated above. If you've never experienced altitude at all you'll feel it a little bit. Mostly going up steps or a hill.

Most is acclimation time. If you go up too fast it can get you.

These athletes don't feel sh1t tho
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 4 months ago '06        #13
kmstokes 
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I'd imagine this question is more for athletic events, not just your everyday leisure activities.
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 4 months ago '23        #14
Drrealspill 
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Yes it's real
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 4 months ago '05        #15
Daddy Black 
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Oh yes. Went out there few years back. It's a real bi#ch. Takes like 2-3 days to get acclimated. Thinner air=less oxygen.
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 4 months ago '13        #16
Flossay  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x7
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Played the broncos one time and never felt that out of breath before. My lsu roomie Ryan Clark almost died playing in Denver
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 4 months ago '08        #17
Datboitrill 
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Yes its real especially if you dont normally work out there .. all denver sports teams get an advantage looks at the broncos you can punt or lkick a fg 65 plus yards easy cause how thin the air is .. hell look at the lakers series them n1ggas was gassed in the 2nd or 3rd qt fast asf
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 4 months ago '17        #18
Cronion2415  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x6
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Yes, it is.
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 4 months ago '04        #19
icetwenty4 
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Moved to the metro Denver area about 5 years ago, when we first got here my wife was having noise bleeds, confused and passing out randomly because of the lack o2. It never affected me though. When my fam came to visit from Miami they were out of breath and tired for a minute.

They also said that the sun was too fu#king bright... so I imagine it has some affect.

The heat shot poorly, were too small, and nerves might have played a role


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 4 months ago '13        #20
phxzeke 
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Exaggerating! Not that bad

 4 months ago '05        #21
JimDinO77  topics gone triple plat - Number 1 spot x4
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you definitely feel a shortness of breath pretty easily if you aren't accustom to it... it'll sneak up on you
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 4 months ago '06        #22
kip99 
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Man that elevation different is no joke for athletes. I have a mask that simulates high altitudes and it’s a bi#ch to train your lungs to work with less oxygen. My boy used to play for Denver and said it took him three months to get used to it.
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 4 months ago '09        #23
2nd2none 
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Been there twice, didnt feel too much of a difference.
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 4 months ago '15        #24
Tripsev 
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I been here a little over 2 years. If you healthy it ain’t sh1t. I also travel often and lose acclamation and come back and it’s nothing. Then again I do run on the trails in the snow in the winter shirtless (for no reason other than to just be tough) in way higher elevation lmao so idk. Maybe for normal mf it’s tough as hell, but ain’t no mf reason they should be using masks to do some commentating
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 4 months ago '15        #25
Tripsev 
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 icetwenty4 said 🔗
Moved to the metro Denver area about 5 years ago, when we first got here my wife was having noise bleeds, confused and passing out randomly because of the lack o2. It never affected me though. When my fam came to visit from Miami they were out of breath and tired for a minute
Thatís wiiild bro. It didnít hit me at all either.

I will say that I wear a fitbit that measures o2 levels and when I leave Iím usually floating around 96-97 and the first day back after travel Iím at like 93 here lol. But physically I donít really feel any symptoms.
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