Cell training with O2 for athletic performance.
"Twenty First Century’s Ultimate Health and Sports Formula"
Oxygen saturation for physical fitness and sports is essential as to as inhaled or eating oxygen cocktail.
All research and development by American health, nutrition and sports scientists who took the extensive research and applications of the Soviet Olympic athletic scientist, that was once a guarded secret of Soviet international and Olympic outstanding sports achievements, and refined it to produce a unique nutritionally empowering drink. In United States it has been used in limited circles by elite athletes as Sherri Howard, Olympic Goal & Silver Medalist Runner, 4 records in Guinness, Al Vertimeil, Strength & Conditioning, Chicago Bulls (6 Times NBA Champions), Cameo Yvette Kneuer, Ms National Fitness Championship (First to win 2 Consecutive Times), Al Miller, Strength & Conditioning Coach, Denver Bronco (4 Super Bowls and 4 AFC Titles) and professional sport teams.
The oxygen cocktail intensifies driving, secretory and enzymatic digestive canal functions, improves digestion and accelerates the decomposition of nutrients, about this, we recommend to use Juice without sugar or only the natural fruits without pulp. Regular use of oxygen cocktail improves your immune system.
“Eggwhite” Protein blend with juice and the Oxygen, the most vital ingredient to human metabolism, in its purest, safest and most effective form to: Provide ten time more Oxygen into tissues than normal breathing for greater energy and five times more into the liver for better detoxification, improve metabolism, immune system, recovery and fitness for healthy cells, extend physical and mental endurance and clarity, reduce fatigue, optimize sports performance, maximize stress resistance.
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"Before being athletes they are people with whom we work, they are human beings, and they are in our hands. You have to ensure that in the future they have a healthy life in their occupation. And a future as citizens when they finish their sporting life." Justina R. Rodriguez
Licensed in Physical learning, Physical Education and Sports