Advanced medical theory views muscles as both generators and areas of energy storage for the body.
In other words, aerobic-range exercise creates voltage in the cells that is stored similar to a battery as muscles contract and relax.
Further, when this idea is combined with meridian systems, in which large groups of muscles are inter-connected with organs, the act of exercising becomes supportive to the function of the paired organs by increasing the organ’s energy also.
Training with LiveO2 AC regularly not only exercises muscles but perhaps, more importantly, powers the organ systems the body depends on for ideal function.
When it comes to exercise, high intensity intervals create strong responses, one of which is prompting mitochondrial growth.
Most high intensity workouts involve sprints and recoveries that push the body into anaerobic states, causing a recovery issue. With LiveO2 AC the recovery is quick allowing for clean stimulation of systems while still developing oxygen utilization towards its genetic maximum.
The LiveO2 AC progression of high intensity interval training is enabled by switching between oxygen concentrated air and oxygen depleted air.
This adaptive method creates higher highs and faster recoveries triggering many physiological benefits.
Accelerated gains are achieved when moments of quick recovery follow layers of effort events, teaching the cardiovascular system to act dynamically and grow.
Being a stronger breather and having a well-developed ability to deliver blood to tissues unlocks the all-powerful potential of the body.