How to Stay Energized While Biking Saddle up for an enjoyable ride when you prepare for any long- or short-distance cycling trip with the help of Oxygen Plus (O+). Your biking time is sacred, and you don't want to waste it by getting too tired too fast. When you're energized and alert during your biking adventures, you'll be able to breathe in all the scenery while cycling safely. You can breathe Oxygen Plus before, during or after your ride. Take a few hits before and while you ride for energy, and take several more breaths after your ride to speed up recovery. For years athletes have used supplemental oxygen to help reduce muscle fatigue (Wilbur). Another benefit of this all-natural energy and recovery tool is that O+ oxygen canisters are loaded with oxygen yet extremely lightweight. So Oxygen Plus is a perfect enhancement tool for serious bikers who care about improving performance while keeping their bike-load light.
If you're getting ready to face a long high-altitude cycle, you'll want to consider packing a canister of Oxygen Plus's pure recreational oxygen in your pack. This pocket-sized pick-me-up provides you with the revitalizing energy your body may lack at higher altitudes, so you can combat symptoms associated with higher elevation and enjoy the summit to the top. In addition to the elevation, the strain of a long, high-impact ride can zap your energy. That's when Oxygen Plus comes to the rescue. Breathing O+ oxygen helps you energize and helps your muscles recover faster by removing excess lactic acid. U.S. Olympic athletes use oxygen in conjunction with high-altitude training to extend workouts and improve performance (Wilbur). Got oxygen?
One of the smartest things you can do before heading out on the open road or trail is to ensure you're mentally clear and energized. Due to a slower reaction time, cycling while fatigued can cause accidents. So rest up, eat healthy and take along your side-effect free oxygen boost so your journey is clear, focused and safe.
Wilbur RL, Holm PL, Morris, DM, Dallam GM, Subudhi AW, Murray DM, Callan SD, "Effect of FIO2 on oxidative stress during interval training at moderate altitude," Medicine and Science in Sports and Exercise, 2004 Nov;36(11):1888-94