If there is anything that limits the peak performance of athletes, it is how efficiently the cells of the body access oxygen.
Sports medicine experts agree: a major factor limiting athletic endurance and performance is limited oxygen supply!
Whether your particular sport requires strength, speed, endurance, or all three, you have to decide how to load your cells with Oxygen in order to reach your peak performance.
Up until now, you've probably been concentrating on developing your skills, psychological training, rest / recovery, and nutrition.
All of these are important, AND They ALL depend on how your body uses oxygen.
Oxygen Fact #1: The oxygen content in the blood of a healthy person is approximately three times that of air.
Oxygen Fact #2: ALL the functions of your body are regulated by oxygen.
Oxygen Fact #3: Oxygen must be replaced on a moment-to-moment basis because 90% of our life energy depends on it.
Oxygen Fact #4: Increased oxygen will enhance athletic performance, stamina, and overall energy levels, because well oxygenated cells can better metabolize stored energy.
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The athlete who knows the secret of increased oxygen will have an unbelievable edge over the competition.
Let's take a closer look at how oxygen functions in your body..
You body stores its fuel, known as carbohydrates, in the form of glycogen, mostly in the liver & smaller amounts in the muscles.
When you put your muscles to work the glycogen is transformed into glucose then the glucose is burned by the body for the energy the muscles need.
Q: What does your body absolutely need to transform glycogen to glucose?
So, the more oxygen you have available for your cells to use, the faster the transformation of glycogen into glucose. And the faster the transformation, the more energy and stamina you'll have.
If you could super-load your blood and cells with available oxygen, the engine of your body will be able to reach its maximum capacity!
Do you know your real maximum capacity?
There is a test you can take to determine how efficiently you handle oxygen, or maximal oxygen uptake.
VO2 Max is a measure of how fit an athlete is: It expresses the volume of oxygen a body consumes per minute.
As your exercise intensity increases, so does your oxygen consumption.
The point where exercise intensity continues to increase without a rise in oxygen consumption is your VO2 Max.
The test can be painful when your body hits the point where it can not supply enough oxygen to sustain the effort.
The pain is caused when oxygen cannot be supplied to the muscle fibers fast enough.
This 'oxygen debt' is directly related to the buildup of the metabolic waste product known as lactic acid.
The signs of excess lactic acid include rapid breathing, muscle cramping, muscle spasms and pain.
It stands to reason that the more oxygen you can get to your cells the higher your VO2 Max and the lower your lactic acid.
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