We challenge you to put Oxycise! to the test! Do the workouts faithfully for at least a few weeks, and if you don’t think you’re getting any results, QUIT! — well, for a few days, anyway. If you were doing the breathing correctly and putting lots of energy into your workouts when you started, your body will let you know, one way or the other, that “something’s missing.” That’s just what the following individuals did. Their experiments convinced them that Oxycise! is something their bodies really need on a regular basis.
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“What I did purposely a week ago is not do O! for a week to see the difference in how I felt. Well I felt sluggish, didn’t sleep as well, and I ate more (I was hungry more often)! This was a test for myself to understand what O! exactly did for me, I then realized how important it was for my health. I was quite amazed at the outcome.”
“I started Oxycise! about four months ago. I went from a size 16/18 to a 12. In my journey I read the board and saw posts from slow losers and those who were whining because they were not seeing results. Naturally, my heart went out to them. I decided to do my own experiment and stopped Oxycising altogether. In three weeks I went up one dress size, started feeling nervous again, and no longer felt ‘toned’ or energetic. I was disgusted with myself even tho I realized I had done this by CHOICE. My point is this: Even if you don’t SEE results right away, there are CHANGES TAKING PLACE. KEEP BREATHING! Keep drinking your water! You KNOW you’re feeling better. Soon your poor, over-dieted, under-exercised body will catch up. IT REALLY, REALLY WILL! Don’t give up, no matter what. I am starting again tomorrow and apologize to my poor body for putting it through another 3 weeks of hell! C’mon and join me as we journey the road to a toned, healthy, lean body!”
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We wouldn’t normally suggest that you NOT do Oxycise! — but if not doing Oxycise! helps you realize what a difference it makes, then try it. Because sometimes, like the song says, “..ya don’t know what you’ve got ’til it’s gone.”