Doing Oxycise! on a regular, consistent basis is a little like investing in a savings account for the future. You have to give up something now (15 minutes a day) in order to GET something bigger and better (or maybe we should say “smaller and leaner”) in the future!
But unlike a savings account, you don’t have to wait a long time in order to really see the rewards of your efforts. Your “ultimate” goal will take some time and dedication and daily effort to realize, but you can receive many great “pay-offs” along the way!
Here are some of the great benefits shared by some of our OxyFriends:
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- deeper sleep
- increased creativity
- a better sex life
- more energy
- more endurance
- better moods
decreased PMS (for women)
- stronger, harder leaner muscles
- better stamina
- better concentration
- More energy
- Better sleep- deeper sleep
- An “oxygen” high which only a few “hard-core” athletes seem to get
- I have better stamina in karate
- I drink more water instead of being dehydrated all the time
- I ACTUALLY DO IT!
“I would like to be another who affirms that Oxycise! works. In addition to inch/fat loss, there are a multitude of other benefits:
- I stand straighter.
- I can accomplish more difficult tasks without getting winded.
- It’s a great wake-up routine for me. It’s easy to do the basic breath just about anywhere.
“First I want to thank you for your wonderful Oxycise! program. I have suffered from depression, anxiety, lack of focus and irritability for over a year now. Oxycise! has helped me to have more energy, to remain much calmer when things get hectic and I am able to focus on work so much better.
“Instead of being irritable around my 3-1/2 year old son, I find myself spending more and more quality time with him. In general I’m happier. I actually find myself walking with a little skip now.
“My muscle tone is amazing – my biceps and my tummy and legs are really firm. I love all these benefits and will continue to do Oxycise everyday. Thank you again for this wonderful program and I do look forward to new workouts you may put out in the future.”
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Now here comes the hard part:
YOU are the one who has to decide whether these benefits are worth 15 minutes a day to YOU.