They try and tell you they do that...Way back in the day when getting ready for deployments to Iraq and Afghanistan I would run with a gas mask on. It helped me to develop my lungs, I think. Personally I don’t see a lot of benefits. I think the masks try and simulate training at altitude, I just think there’s better ways to get results.
Yes. All good - but I still prefer "low tech (no tech) - high concept", i.e. no equipment, anytime, anywhere. Please check out Oxygen Advantage exercises per se and of course our Second Wind. Great, great stuff.
Justin, attend both. I took the OA cert, it is great. I took Second Wind twice (and plan to take part again), and it is awesome.Pavel,
How are the objectives between Oxygen Advantage and Second Wind different? I’m contemplating the Second Wind seminar but Oxygen Advantage seems compelling.
Thanks for any help
Pavel,Justin, attend both. I took the OA cert, it is great. I took Second Wind twice (and plan to take part again), and it is awesome.
Please check out this page: Second Wind by Pavel | StrongFirstPavel,
What kind of person would be interested in OA vs Second Wind? I practice OA as a competitive squash player, and wonder if that’s enough or is there a lot i’m missing out on with second wind? I did Strong Endurance and heard it was a good compliment