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Iceni Magazine | July 3, 2020

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BOOST Your Performance – review

BOOST Your Performance – review

If your trying to keep fit, healthy and get the most from your workouts, look no further than Boost Oxygen.
It’s a must-have gym bag essential for 2017!

As the market leader in its field, Boost Oxygen offers a blast of 95% pure oxygen when you need it most. But why oxygen? Due to pollution, the air we breathe can contain as little as 14% oxygen which can have a massive effect on the body. Pollution can cause: respiratory problems, pre-mature aging, watery eyes and can lead to more series conditions such as heart disease and cancer. Inhaling Boost Oxygen raises your body’s oxygen levels and can help combat these symptoms, leaving you revitalised and ready to go. 

When you head to the gym, go out for a run or enjoy your favourite sport, Boost Oxygen can both increase your performance and help you recover faster. Simply take three-to-five inhalations before your chosen fitness session to prevent muscle fatigue and cramping, allowing you to really push yourself. If you have a rest period, take three-to five inhalations to help you reach peak performance and keep your workout energised. Finally breathe in three-to five inhalations after your chosen activity to speed up your recovery, so you can get on with your day pain free! 

Boost Oxygen is an all-natural product available in 5 aromas to help the process of oxygen absorption. All aromas are made from 100% essential oils and include scents and flavours such as: Peppermint, Menthol-Eucalyptus and Pink Grapefruit as well as a natural aroma which is flavour and scent free. Each aroma contains active ingredients to enhance the experience and provide additional benefits for both the body and mind. Peppermint has a stimulating effect; Pink Grapefruit uplifts and Eucalyptus relieves stress and mental fatigue.

Boost Oxygen can help your performance with a range of fitness activities from running to yoga, with studies showing that a good supply of pure oxygen increases performance and endurance by up to 25%! Inhaling supplemental oxygen after an intensive workout will reduce the build-up of lactic acid responsible for muscle soreness. With all that in mind, it makes sense to carry a bottle of Boost Oxygen with you and get the best from your fitness sessions.

Your new gym bag essential is available in 2 sizes: 4oz can (50 inhalations) for £10.50 or 22oz can (50 inhalations) for £17.99. Available online at boostoxygen.life 


Boost Oxygen – Review

On a hot clammy morning, I set off for my Monday run.  Working part time at Eastern Financial Consultants as a Financial Administrator allows me time at the start of the week for a run.  My role is a busy one, so exercise is important to me to clear my mind & feel good about myself.  Wednesday is my usual 5k run with friends, whatever the weather, all year round! Monday is me time, so sometimes it’s a short quick run, others pushing to 10k.

I was given the opportunity to try BOOST Oxygen.  Breathing BOOST Oxygen is said to boost energy, alleviate stress and improve mental clarity.  As a runner, I welcome anything new that could improve recovery or performance.  It was easy to use, with simple instructions.  The can was light so could easily be transported or taken to events/races.

My run route was my favourite, 4 miles of country lanes then along the canal, which is cross country & uneven ground. Despite being beautifully scenic I chose this route as I usually feel the effect in my thighs the next day.  The weather was humid, making conditions tricky for a run anyway, so by the time I was home I was feeling lethargic.  BOOST Oxygen had a pleasant aroma, labelled Pink Grapefruit it certainly had that flavour.  I used BOOST Oxygen, warmed down & by the time I had my shower I certainly felt revived.  Often after a longer run I feel tired later in the day, on this occasion I did not & there was no muscle ache the next day.  Being sceptical, I don’t know if this was down to using BOOST Oxygen or not – I would certainly take it with me on my next competitive event!

Victoria Lawrence (@twiglet81)


 

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