Pro athlete or workout junkie?
O+ pure recreational oxygen gives that extra edge.
Got oxygen? Whether you’re a recreational runner or cyclist, a sports professional, or have an active, fitness-centered life, Oxygen Plus (O+) can help you go further and push your performance to a higher level. Oxygen Plus’s pure recreational portable canned oxygen can help improve your stamina, increase your endurance, and help your muscles recover faster from soreness and fatigue – especially after a workout that produces excess lactic acid. Supplementing your body with oxygen can also help you sustain your energy and decrease stress, which gives you more hours at the gym, on the track, in the pool, or on the bike. Oh yeah.
Supplementing your sport or activity with O+ oxygen can help:
- Top off energy levels before, during, or after an intense workout
- Improve performance and increase stamina and endurance
- Help muscles recover more quickly after vigorous exercise
- Reduce soreness caused from lactic acid
Oxygen Plus is a healthy energy boost that can be used at the first sign of drowsiness in place of caffeine and other energy supplements, stimulants or shots. In addition to the physical benefits of improved performance and faster recovery, Oxygen Plus offers the ability to supplement your body with enriched oxygen on demand, improving cognitive performance – including memory and reaction time. O+ oxygen provides more mental power to push through long hours of training, helping you reach your fitness goals and maximize performance. Breathing O+ oxygen can also help you stay focused and alert when you’re feeling stressed, overworked, or recovering from travel, or a late night.
For more information about the science behind Oxygen Plus products – and to learn more about the benefits of oxygen and sports and athletic performance – check out our FAQs page and explore independent third-party oxygen research.
So many reasons to breathe...
Long days. Short nights. Overworked. Under stress. Staying up too late. Getting up too early. Too much fun. Too little rest. Lack of exercise. Poor air quality. Jet lag. Altitude. Boredom. Fatigue. Creeping Crud. Head in mud.