PERFORMANCE

PERFORMANCE

PROFESSIONAL ATHLETES USE BOOST OXYGEN

“Need to catch my Breath”… “I’m Winded”… “Need a Break”… “I’m Gassed”… “Timeout” – terms athletes use when they are taken out of action. Hands on hips. Heavy breathing. Wheezing. Head down, hunched over. Just give me a minute. The clock continues. The other team scores. The opponent wins.

The image of the Pro Football player reaching for the Oxygen mask is commonplace. It makes sense.

Boost Oxygen makes the same experience possible to anyone who wants it. Convenient, Practical, Affordable.

Trusted by Pro Football teams, Pro Hockey teams and Major Division 1 Collegiate Athletic Programs. Utilized by professional weightlifters, basketball players, soccer players, tennis players, fitness professionals and more. Wherever and whenever athletes of all ages are looking for a trusted source of convenient oxygen.

Supplemental Oxygen is no longer a prohibited product in training and competition as per the World Anti-Doping Association and the U.S. Anti-Doping Association:

WADA News, 19, September 2009, “WADA Executive Committee Approves 2010 Prohibited List”:  “In addition, the 2010 [Banned Substances] List will no longer prohibit supplemental oxygen (hyperoxia).”

Recommended Use

Try Boost Oxygen’s Large canister in Peppermint. For strenuous sports, take three-to-five inhalations before an event, three-to-five during a rest period, and three-to-five at the end to speed recovery and stay on top of your game.

Teams / Athletes in the Following Leagues are Blasting with BOOST!

NHL •  NFL •  MLB •  NBA •  NCAA Arena Football League •  American Hockey League

Teams / Athletes in the Following Leagues are Blasting with BOOST!

NHL NFL MLB NBA NCAA

Arena Football League American Hockey League

adamsterAdam Ster’s extensive knowledge of human movement (and academic credentials) has led him to work with every major professional sports league where he is relied upon for health needs of athletes in the NFL, NBA, UFC, NHL, MLB, not to mention dancers for shows like “Cirque du Soleil.”  Ster believes that human physiology not only benefits from, but requires, supplemental oxygen (Boost Oxygen) to aid with recovery especially during extreme sport activities. Learn more about Adam Ster at www.masterbodyworker.com