WHAT IS EWOT?
Simply put, EWOT (pronounced e-watt) Exercise With Oxygen Training is breathing higher levels of oxygen during exercise. You can use an exercise bike, treadmill, elliptical or whatever you're comfortable with.
Breathing higher levels of oxygen during exercise increases strength, endurance and stamina. You can go longer with greater power. This means a more effective workout in the same time frame. In addition, the body operates better when your blood is oxygen rich.
read the ewot article on draxe.com "Learn how exercise with oxygen therapy can benefit everyone" -May 17, 2019
WHAT IS EXERCISE WITH OXYGEN THERAPY (EWOT)?
Do you know that breathing in higher levels of oxygen will work to improve the health of your blood, cells and microvessels? That’s why hyperbaric therapy chambers have been used for several decades to support the recovery of certain injuries, non-healing wounds and infections. This is especially true when you use exercise with oxygen therapy to increase oxygen circulation throughout the body. Please CLICK ON LINK to see the article.( https://draxe.com/health/ewot-exercise-with-oxygen-therapy/ )
A. B., Age 41, New Jersey
Having Lyme Disease for over 21 years, I have done many things for my health and wellness. Finding the Maxx O2 System was a TRUE BLESSING for me. After one session, I received noticeable improvements in my vision, walking, and thinking. I was able to start with 5 minutes of EWOT and received benefits right away. I have been doing EWOT now for 3 months, and I can take a walk on the beach with no problem. EWOT is not just for athletes; it's for anyone who wants to improve their quality of life. Once you get the Maxx O2 System set up, it's very simple to use. I have recommended it to everyone I know.
C.S, Age 80, North Carolina
Your Maxx O2 System is doing its job! I am 80 years old and I have IPF. The EWOT exercises are working for me nicely and I've been doing 15 minutes a day. I bought your system and I'm very happy with it. I had my visitor nurse visit me this morning and got a really good report. I may start to increase my exercises!