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DOMS — Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness

Pur­chase Dara Tor­res — Gold Medal Fit­ness — at

Do you get sore after you perform?  Delayed Onset Muscle Soreness (DOMS)has 2 sources:

  1. Mus­cles locked anaer­o­bic from cap­il­lary inflam­ma­tion that caus­es per­sis­tent hypox­ia & lac­tic-acids;
  2. Micro-dam­age to the tis­sue.

Here’s why oxygen is the hidden key to resolving DOMS:

  1. The excess lac­tic-relat­ed acids occur because cap­il­lary inflam­ma­tion inhibits blood cir­cu­la­tion trap­ping mus­cle hypox­ia (Ardenne);
  2. Hypox­ic mus­cles con­tin­u­ous­ly pro­duce lac­tate that irri­tates tis­sue and caus­es sore­ness — ele­vat­ed lev­els per­sist because com­pro­mised blood flow lim­its wash-out;
  3. Micro-dam­age recov­ery is delayed because low-flow lim­its nutri­ent deliv­ery, hypox­ia lim­its ener­gy, and ele­vat­ed acids lim­it cel­lu­lar oxy­gen trans­port;

Fix the blood flow — fix the sore­ness — Quick­ly.  ExtremeO2™ users report 75%+ res­o­lu­tion of DOMS with­in about 12 min­utes with our Oxy­gen Pre/Post Per­for­mance Pro­to­col.  They also report improve­ments in strength, mus­cle recruit­ment, for mul­ti­ple-heat sports.  Also see EPO/HGH train­ing pro­to­col.

Here’s Dara Tor­res — who uses Oxy­gen Flush after the nation­al swim meet in Atlanta.

Per­for­mance stress trig­gered inflam­ma­tion that locks your mus­cle cells anaer­o­bic.  The swollen cap­il­lar­ies keep your mus­cles anaer­o­bic so the lac­tic acid makes them sore.

Fix DOMS fast.  Con­tact us to try it out.


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