Think you can’t exercise?
Think you can’t exercise? Do you know someone who feels hopeless about their weight because they can’t do traditional exercise?
Everyone truly can experience a healthier body by learning the Oxycise deep diaphragmatic breathing exercises.
It’s effective for men and women of any age (we’ve had Oxycisers as young as 3 all the way up to 99!) or fitness level – including those with back or knee injuries, or other physical limitations or disabilities. Our Easy Does It series is perfect for those with limited mobility.
People of all walks of life have had success with Oxycise: children, grandparents, business executives, cheerleaders, bodybuilders, moms, dads, elite athletes, people with asthma, with chronic fatigue syndrome, people in rehabilitation from auto accidents or surgery . . . people who want to lose 5 pounds to those who want to lose over 100 pounds.
Success After Construction Accident
“…I have lost over 4 inches in my belly and over 2 inches in my waist and have firmed up all over. I just got the abs and upper body workout today and it looks like a real challenge for me. I was in a construction accident 10 years ago and fell 4 stories, landing in a parking lot and breaking over 30 bones in my feet, right leg, lower back, and crushing one ankle and one wrist. It was questionable whether I would ever walk again. It is only a miracle from the Lord that today I walk without even a limp!
“I do have trouble with keeping the weight off as I am not as active as I once was. Oxycise! is a real blessing. Something I can do long term without putting a strain on my various damaged body parts. Thanks for what you are sharing with others.”
Toning Up at 7.5 Months Pregnant
“My mom got me this program when I was pregnant with our first child and I wish I would’ve tried it over two years ago. Instead she gave it to me again about a month ago and did it with me for the first three days.
“She got me the beginner package and I loved it! It had the teaching video, book, level 1 and level 2 and the car CD. I’ve been doing them all and I love the results. I’m 33 weeks pregnant and I’ve lost 2.5 inches in two weeks over all… including an inch in my stomach. Like what? I’m two weeks more pregnant and I’ve lost an inch in my stomach lol that’s unheard of.
“I lost a quarter inch in both arms. I lost half inch around my under belly (hips/butt area) and a half inch my under bust. I have gained three pounds but I’m also 7.5 months pregnant. Losing inches and not weight is my goal.
“The breathing is so relaxing and I think baby enjoys it as much as mama. I’m so grateful for Aubrey and her mom! I’m still dealing with depression but it’s not as bad. I love that these programs are not high impact and I don’t have to sweat or be out of breath to lose inches while pregnant. Thank you for your help and creating this program. I can do most of the moves except laying flat on my back. But I just modify and keep breathing.”
Seeing Results Through Heart Problems and Shattered Heel
“I finally got my kit and am absolutely thrilled! I have undiagnosed heart problems and am temporarily disabled with a shattered right heel and have been sitting around feeling like a lump for almost a month. Today, I did the workout all the way through for the first time, and modified the positions that I can’t do right now (anything standing). I feel wonderful! I love the breathing technique, although I mastered it so quickly that I’m concerned I’m not doing it right! (grin) I strongly recommend this for anyone with any kind of disability as I think it is so easy to modify for one’s needs!”
“…I can’t remember all the exact numbers, but I started about 2 weeks ago, I think. Anyway, I lost around 7 pounds. I’m down 2.5 inches on my hips, 1.5 inches off my abs, 2 inches from my waist and 1/2 inch from my thigh (I’m only measuring the left one because the right one is atrophied a little, so it doesn’t count).
“As to how I do this with a shattered heel, I modify. For example, I don’t do ‘rip the floor’. I do another arm exercise instead. Instead of doing the ‘bar’ exercises (standing behind the chair), I do those on my bed on my hands and knees and just extend the appropriate leg back or to the side, depending on the exercise. I do all the pec presses sitting and the other wall exercises on my left foot. I’m getting really good at balancing!”
Oxycise is a generally safe and effective method, however, you should always ask your doctor if you have any questions or doubts about your specific condition.