A Testimonial by Our Guest Blogger, Greg Colvin
Exercise is a necessary part of a healthy lifestyle. Finding time to work out with today’s busy work schedule can be difficult. So I want to make most of the time that I spend during my workout routine and be as productive as possible. I like an edge and I found a supplement that maximizes the time I have in the gym.
My little secret was introduced to me by a friend. With this product I have been able to exercise for longer periods without tiring. I have found that I can increase the resistance on the eliptical trainer machine (my preferred aerobic exercise) and stay on the machine longer. I can lift heavier weights with more repetitions than before I began taking Oxypower. This is a plus when attempting to get the most bang for my buck from my gym membership.
Researching Oxypower, I found that it enhances the oxygen supply to the red blood cells. Hey, the more oxygen in the blood, the better the workout. It is kind of like bringing an oxygen tank to the gym with you without the stigma or the rolling cart. Oxypower contains an herb that grows in high altitudes and has been used in Tibetan medicine for centuries. I guess that is why after telling some friends who ski about Oxypower, they reported back to me that it helped minimize the effects of altitude sickness and increased their stamina on the slopes. This has allowed them to spend more time on the mountain. I found that this was because of Oxypower’s ability to increase muscle hemoglobin that improves the function of the lungs.
Because it improves the function of the lungs, friends have told me that Oxypower has helped clear up their lung congestion.
Oxypower I also found out reduces serum lactic acid for better oxygen delivery to the organs and tissues for increased mitochondrial function. Mitochondria relates to that part of the cell that turns food into energy. So it’s good for after exercise as well, because it reduces the fatigue by eliminating the lactic acid that builds up in the muscles.
This is my little tip on how to increase your workout results.
By Gregory Colvin- fine art photographer and author who enjoys the outdoors and healthy living. His website is http://gregorycolvinphotography.com/