ExtremeO2 Vocals — Glen Templeton

Ever notice you can hear stress in some­one’s voice?

This video illus­trates how plas­ma oxy­gen enhanced with ExtremeO2™ improves vocal cord elas­tic­i­ty, hence tone, range, smooth­ness.  Even though Glen Tem­ple­ton is an excel­lent pro­fes­sion­al vocal­ist — and he takes good care of him­self, you can still hear improve­ment in his vocal per­for­mance, after ExtremeO2.

Glen’s band tours about 200 days a year, liv­ing most days 7 men in a bus — lim­it­ed to restau­rant food.  Believe me, liv­ing on tour is phys­i­cal­ly and emo­tion­al­ly demand­ing — nowhere near the glam­or that Rolling Stone makes it sound. It’s hard on the body — and when you’ve done it long enough to go super­star — your health is at risk.

When I sug­gest­ed that ExtremeO2 could help these guys feel bet­ter — it turned into a fun exper­i­ment for all.  I sus­pect­ed it would improve the way they felt, and their abil­i­ty to meet the chal­lenges of tour­ing — But who ever thought it would help them sound bet­ter?

If you have a trained ear, you’ll hear the dif­fer­ence — if not — you’ll enjoy list­ing to an extreme­ly tal­ent­ed vocal artist.

ExtremeO2 Guitar — Fred Boekhorst

Who­ev­er thought a gui­tar play­er could improve this much in 15 min­utes? Fred Boekhurst, from the Glen Tem­ple­ton Band, picks a hard gui­tar piece to illus­trate improved play­ing dex­ter­i­ty before and after a 15 minute ExtremeO2™ ses­sion.

If you per­form for a liv­ing — then ExtremeO2 is your edge — no mat­ter what you do. Man­fred von Ardenne doc­u­ment­ed a 20% improve­ment in Men­tal Capac­i­ty using Oxy­gen Mul­ti­step Ther­a­py.  Our research shows that ExtremeO2 deliv­ers sig­nif­i­cant per­for­mance improve­ments by improv­ing men­tal clar­i­ty and neu­ro­log­i­cal func­tion.

Altitude Effect with ExtremeO2

VO2 Max Training

High Alti­tude

VO2 Max Training — Altitude Effect with ExtremeO2™

One of our Doc­tors asked: How does decreased O2 enhance the effect of high oxy­gen?

Hypox­ic or high alti­tude train­ing is a well estab­lished method.  In sim­ple terms — inter­mit­tent hypox­ia trig­gers adap­tive respons­es that cause the body to opti­mize oxy­gen deliv­ery.   Con­tin­ue read­ing

Dara Torres — 2nd Race Fresh

Dara Tor­res eval­u­ates of how ExtremeO2™ improved her 2nd race per­for­mance at the Nation­als in Atlanta. She used ExtremeO2 to fresh­en up after the first race, 10:00 a.m. in Atlanta to pre­pare for the sec­ond race at 7:00 p.m.

She fin­ished bet­ter than expect­ed, 2nd place, in the Nation­als at Atlanta where she was ced­ed 4th.  She attrib­ut­es the bet­ter-than-expect­ed fin­ish to com­bined sup­port from ExtremeO2 and Mag­na­Pulse ener­getic sup­port between her races.

Performance Fresh — Chris Thomas — 110m hurdles

Watch Chris Thomas go Per­for­mance Fresh with ExtremeO2™. Chris trains for the Olympic 110 m hur­dles. He describes his 20 minute train­ing expe­ri­ence before/after.

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Laurent Robinson — New Season Fresh

Lau­rent Robin­son plays Wide Receiv­er Jack­sonville, FL. Our care pro­gram start­ed about Novem­ber 17 the year before he achieved near-super­star sta­tus in Dal­las, and then moved to Jack­sonville with a whop­ping 32.5M con­tract.

The issues we fixed previous limited his performance With VO2 Max:

  • A last-year ankle injury was sub­stan­tial­ly lim­it­ing sprint abil­i­ty. The ankle caused sig­nif­i­cant dis­com­fort at each sprint;
  • Sea­son Fatigue — Where cumu­la­tive stress from the ongo­ing sea­son result in less-than-opti­mal ener­gy and reluc­tant per­for­mance
  • An appar­ent ham­string issue also lim­it­ed per­for­mance;

Altitude Contrast™ and Season Fatigue

Alti­tude Con­trast™ Train­ing usu­all resolves sea­son fatigue in 1 fif­teen minute ses­sion. Detox starts by minute 3. This pre­sen­ta­tion dis­cuss­es the phys­i­ol­o­gy of why the sys­tem works.

Altitude Contrast™ Training

Altitude Contrast™ Training is a new training method.

The sys­tem uses alti­tude sim­u­la­tor to shift the ath­lete from low to high and back again to stim­u­late detox­i­fi­ca­tion and meta­bol­ic adap­tive reflex­es.

Test Data so far sug­gests:

  • The sys­tem deliv­ers at least five times the tis­sue oxy­gen sat­u­ra­tion lev­els avail­able with soft-side hyper­bar­ic cham­bers (Obser­va­tions sup­port pre­vi­ous pub­lished research data);
  • Alti­tude Tran­si­tion Train­ing ses­sions pro­voke unprece­dent­ed meta­bol­ic effi­cien­cy in oxy­gen dis­tri­b­u­tion;
  • One sin­gle ses­sions reversed “Sea­son Fatigue” in the strong major­i­ty of users (One excep­tion to date.);
  • Pro­vokes detox­i­fi­ca­tion in approx­i­mate­ly 50% of NFL play­ers with­in 2 hours.

You can find more infor­ma­tion on the low alti­tude train­ing at the LiveO2 Infor­ma­tion Site.  LiveO2 is the low­er-lev­el of ExtremeO2 train­ing sys­tem that does not include high-alti­tude ampli­fi­ca­tion.