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How to Use Oxygen for Bodybuilding

December 29, 2016 2 min read

How to Use Oxygen for Bodybuilding

Benefits To Bodybuilders

  • Substantially More Reps and Sets before Failure
  • Reduced Lactic Acid Burn
  • Reduced Recovery Time Between Sets
  • Reduced Muscle Soreness after Intense Training
  • Pose Harder and Longer on Stage

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When To Use Oxygen Plus

  • Before and During Training
  • After Training for Recovery if needed
  • Back Stage for Intense Posing Sessions

How To Test Oxygen Plus

When you first get your Oxygen Plus (formerly Oxygen Factor), the first thing you will want to do it test it in a controlled environment so that you know how much of a difference it can make in your performance. To ensure that you get good results, we highly recommend that you replicate our squat tests on yourself – click here to view protocol.

Do not test Oxygen Plus on a workout that you have not done before within the past few weeks. If you do this, you will have no idea how much it is improving your performance because you have no baseline.

For most pronounced benefits, test Oxygen Plus on heavy workouts with multiple sets to failure with minimal rest between sets.

How To Typically Use Oxygen Plus

For Training:

  • Take 10 shots at beginning of warm-up
  • Take 5 additional shots every 20-30 min depending on the intensity of training
  • Or take an additional 2-3 shot before your final heavy sets

Note: Use more Oxygen Plus on days you train your weakest body parts. This will help you target muscle growth.

For Posing

  • Take 10-15 shots during warm-up before hitting the stage
  • Take 5-10 shots after coming off stage for recovery between posing sessions.
  • In competition, more is always better

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