To optimize performance, you must give the human machine all the raw materials it needs for proper functioning. Oxygen is one of those raw materials! When we exercise, a person uses 10 to 20 times more Oxygen when compared to sedentary exercise.
Whether you are an elite athlete, social sportsperson, avid gym user or casual stroller, as soon as we start exercising our breathing becomes heavier and our heart rate increases in order to pull more oxygen into the blood stream as the demand increases.
You breathe in oxygen; it travels through your bloodstream and to your muscles. Here oxygen meets up with stored glucose to create our body’s primary energy source ATP (Adenosine Triphosphate). While both glucose and oxygen are required for this primary energy source, unfortunately oxygen is usually the limiting raw material. Muscles that do not get oxygen fast enough convert glucose into lactic acid instead of energy, which causes muscle fatigue and a dive in performance.
This is where recreational Boost Oxygen can play a part with 4 times more oxygen being supplied per breath to our fatiguing muscles and our cardiovascular system.
For strenuous sports, take three-to-five inhalations before an event, three-to-five during a rest period, and three-to-five at the end to speed recovery and stay on top of your game.