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Boost Oxygen Review: Great For Outdoor Adventures

A big thanks to Jono Bleakley with Ocean Blue Fishing for sharing this great review of Boost Oxygen and the many benefits of our pure oxygen canisters for people who enjoy an active lifestyle and the great outdoors! You can learn more about Ocean Blue Fishing at oceanbluefishing.com – you can also find them on Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube and more! We encourage our Boost Oxygen followers to show them your support.

Read their full review at their website: https://www.oceanbluefishing.com/magazine/boost-oxygen-reach-your-full-potential/

Boost Oxygen: Reach your full potential

By Bleakers November 23, 2022

Studies show that the human body relies on oxygen for 90% of all its body and mind functions. What if I said you could give your body a pure concentration of more oxygen to increase how these tasks are performed? A no brainer, right? Read on to check out how Boost Oxygen can help you reach you full potential!

What is Boost Oxygen

I recently stumbled across Boost Oxygen whilst trawling the internet for supplements to help me perform in my increasingly busy lifestyle. Knowing I didn’t want to take anything I didn’t trust and didn’t want to compromise on my health. I was just testing the waters to see if anything was out there. After a few hours of searching, I came across what seemed too good to be true, Boost Oxygen.

The big-ticket item that got Boost Oxygen across the line was in each can, there is 95% Pure Aviator’s Breathing Oxygen. That is four times the concentration of oxygen that we would usually breathe. No sugar, carbs, additives or preservatives, just the good stuff packed into a convenient can that we can use to give the body a kick when we need. Like with anything, safety and security are key to me. Knowing I could potentially get a ‘boost’ without having to have stimulants and energy drinks which contain caffeine and sugars that can actually harm the body over time.

Everyday life

Like many others, my weeks are packed. Ever since I was a kid, I looked to jam pack as much as I could into a single day. What kid didn’t? A fun day was measured by how much you did within 24 hours. Today, it’s the same old story. Between fishing, filming, Ocean Blue adventures, work, family, exercise and study there is a lot to get through (and I am sure you are the same?)

How oxygen affects your day to day activities.

I learnt that to get through busy or strenuous periods, the body’s natural response is to breathe more heavily to maintain oxygen levels to the body and brain. When the body does not receive enough oxygen from the outside, it starts to use internal sources for its oxygen. Now this whole boost oxygen thing is starting to make sense, hey?.

Muscle fatigue and cramping occur when the glycogen in oxygen-starved blood turns into lactic acid. Adding oxygen to the blood inhibits the production of lactic acid, Boost helps the body clear out any lactic acid that is already present. What does all that mean? Oxygen is a busy man’s best friend.

I needed to test the product for myself. Working in marketing, I know the value of a good website. I ordered myself a 3L can of Natural Boost Oxygen to accompany me on a fishing weekend away. This trip was the perfect test! Long walks to SpotX, setting up camp, 5-6 hours a day casting lures and a long drive to and from the campsite. As the weekend unfolded, I jotted down a few key things I noticed:

Fatigue

Boost Oxygen is a must have in the car on long trips. As I hit the 4-hour mark, I started to become tired. Before pulling over for a rest, I decided try a few breaths of Boost Oxygen. After 4 inhalations, I felt more alert, awake and ready to power through the final hour.

Exhaustion

Boost Oxygen is a must have when exercising. On the 6km walk to the spot, which was off road. I reached for the 3L can on two occasions, both of which were after a steep incline. When reaching the summit of the incline, I was out of breath and stopped for a moment (understandable). As if the research was being read to me on a loudspeaker, after 3 large inhalations, I found myself breathing lighter and back on the road to SpotX.

Hangovers

The next morning, after a few campsite lagers with a buddy, it was a slow start… (the fish we caught warranted a cold beer or 5). The usual routine would be to hightail it to the nearest bakery and stock up on pastries, caffeine and hydration drinks. Sure it was only a mild night on the drink, after we both had 6 inhalations while getting ready, we felt clear headed and ready to go.