This case study observes improved gait and speech in an individual diagnosed with ALS after LiveO2 adaptive contrast with the Whole Body Flush Protocol.
The protocol was two repetitions of 15 Minutes LiveO2 training at a conference. Video illustrates improvements to gait and speech. Results persisted approximately 3 weeks until subject experienced the flu, and then returned approximately to baseline.
LiveO2 attributes improved motor and speech performance to increased oxygen levels. LiveO2 asserts that any product or other means of similarly increasing oxygen levels may produce similar results.
This case study supports Kim Cherry results suggesting improvement in ALS symptoms may be possible with intermittent application of high levels of oxygen during exercise.
Protocol: This study utilized hypoxic/hyperoxic interval training 15 minute protocol.
- Trainer: Dakota Squibb
- Music: Tanner Squibb