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Tim Fullmer is a World Class Competitor in Kettlebell Sport

“My name is Tim Fullmer and I live in Omaha, Nebraska. I have been competing in Kettlebell Sport since 2015.  I have been to three...
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An Epically Challenging 2018 Has Paul Lachance Strengthened For An Amazing 2019

Written and Shared by Paul Lachance: “WOW…What a year 2018 turned out to be!  Let’s recap my journey through these sometimes-hectic months.  I use the...
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Kellie Haddock Is a Singer, Songwriter, Wife and Mom

Written and shared by Kellie Haddock: “I love Boost and am so happy to do whatever I can to cheer you on and help you...
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Michelle Prader-Gates Is Proud, Determined, and Supportive

Shared by Michelle Prader-Gates   View this post on Instagram   @npcalabama SO PROUD @chasethebeastgates GROWTH & GAINS & DEDICATION thank you @huge285 expert coaching...
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Piera Hudson is a ‘Kiwi on Skis’!

"I discovered Boost Oxygen last November, 2017 and I immediately noticed the difference it made to my on hill training." Piera Hudson
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‘Fast Eddie’ Eddie Fernandes is a Champion

My experience at the 2018 World Long Drive Championships / by Eddie Fernandes:   View this post on Instagram   Got to see #mom today....
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Boost Oxygen Returns to Sponsor the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL)

Milford, CT – October 15, 2018 – Boost Oxygen is proud to announce a continuation of our support of the National Women’s Hockey League (NWHL)....
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What Is Coach Justin Magz Doin’? He’s Creatin’ Monsters.

From Justin Magallanez / Instagram: @cm_jmagz “Through the vision of a child, CREATIN’ MONSTERS has been a brand that has been involved in the community...
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For Jenny’s Outdoor Adventures, Boost Oxygen is a “GAME CHANGER”

From Jenny Kotlyar / Campsite Vibes “I live at sea level and my first snowboarding trip of 2018 was during Mammoth’s opening weekend. I went...
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Tennis Is Often Played In “Brutal Conditions”, Support Your Play With Boost Oxygen

Here at the start of the 2018 U.S. Open, the constant talk from the commentators has been about the “brutal conditions” for the players. What...
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