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I started out by looking on youtube at different exercise routines by fitness instructors like Kathy smith and others, who had great 10min and 20min segments that you could easily follow along with. I started off doing just a 10min one, then moved onto 20mins, and then joint them together to make a 30min workout. I started off doing the 30mins workouts 3 x a week and then tried to fit an extra  workout in when I could.  Like most people I always make sure to  have a bottle of water to hand, and a trusted banana about an hour before I plan to workout to keep those sugar levels in check,but this time around  I also had boost oxygen's peppermint supplementary oxygen to help get me through those moments when I get a bit dizzy and light headed, and since having read  that women required more oxygen when exercising  it  may explain  why I feel like this when I exercise...

Boost oxygen isn't just for those sporting athletes who want to take their training to the next level , but it can also benefit anyone who's starting out on a new exercising regime or wants to build on  their endurance and improved their physical performance and to offset some post workout muscle fatigue and aches. for me its actually helped get me through and complete a workout and more importantly enjoy it.

what’s more the oxygen is infused  with peppermint that  helps to suppress the appetite, so great for those of us trying to do portion control or stick to a calorie controlled diet.

each of their oxygen's are infused with a different aroma and peppermint is one of those oils that is known for its many benefits and after a few blasts of its cool refreshing scent combined with the oxygen it can also help to clear the mind regain focus and lift that mental fatigue that we can all get from time to time.

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"...Insufficient oxygen means insufficient biological energy that can result in anything from mild fatigue to life threatening disease.The link between insufficient oxygen and disease has now been firmly established. The more oxygen we have in our system, the more energy we produce."

Dr. W. Spencer Way Journal of the American Association of Physicians

"Many of my COPD, asthma and anxiety patients have reported how breathing Boost Oxygen opened up their lungs and helped clear excess mucus and ease tightness in their chest."

Mariana Arando Co-founder of Touch Tuina Treatment Centre

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