Learn more about why we need oxygen
Boost your energy levels and lifestyle with a natural solution to the effects of pollution, illness and an over-busy modern life.
Our body's cells need a regular supply of high quality oxygen to function at peak levels and successfully renew as healthy cells. We live in an increasingly polluted and over-crowded environment and whilst we can live without food for weeks and without water for days, we would last just a few minutes without oxygen.
A poor supply of oxygen can cause a range of problems including:
A growing number of elite athletes and amateur sports enthusiasts are realising the benefit of breathing oxygen-enriched air as part of a regular training programme. Oxygen allows them to train harder, train longer and to recover faster. The natural result is that you can get more out of your training and get closer to your goals in a shorter space of time.
Simon says OXYFIT will be his not-so "secret weapon" in the intense battle for this year’s title.
"Normally, after my intensive training sessions I would have to sleep during the day to recover, but this isn't the case now I'm breathing oxygen. I am now able to complete another training session in the evening!"
Super League leaders Wigan Warriors are using OXYFIT as part of their training and recovery after games. Mark Bitcon, head of sports science at the rugby league club, has revealed the team will be using OXYFIT oxygen to enhance their performance during the interchange in games.
Natural bodybuilder Richard Gozdecki becomes World Natural Bodybuilding Champion after winning the British championships for the second time and praises OXYFIT for its help in pushing him further.
Using an extra supply of oxygen has had numerous health benefits for people: