LiveO2 training yields a 29% durable increase in brain energy production.
Brain energy maximums occur during high-oxygen recovery after sprints on low-oxygen air with Adaptive Contrast.
Experiment and Results
0:00 - 3:52 Experiment Explanation
3:53 - 4:24 1st Hypoxic Event
4:25 - 4:51 2nd-3rd Hypoxic Events (15% in peak brain O2)
4:52 - 5:32 4th-6th Hypoxic Events (+ 2-3% increase in median brain energy)
5:33 - 6:52 7th Hypoxic Event Energetic Ecstasy (Brain Energy spiked to 27%)
6:53 - 8:14 8th-12th Hypoxic Event - Fix at durable maximum
8:15 - 8:54 Analysis showing durable 29% increase in Brain Energy
8:55 - 9:54 Before/After Neurological Panel showing 12% gain in score
9:56 - 11:23 Before/After 2-hours protocol with 58 YO Female showing restoration of cognitive capacity (3-concussion over 18 months)
11:24 - 12:04 Before/After 4x protocol over 90 days with 24 YO male showing restoration of cognitive capacity (10+-concussion over 10 years)
12:05 - 13:22 LiveO2 Equipment Requirements
13:23 - 16:16 Physiological Explanation
This protocol requires Adaptive Contrast switching. The LiveO2 Extreme with adjustable hypoxia enables the subjects to achieve peak brain-blood-flow conditions with less exertion. These results rely on novel performance of invention per US Patent No. 9,833,643.
A deep tissue oxygen sensor, by Artinis, on the pre-frontal cortex measures oxygen-rich and oxygen-deplete blood yielding real-time brain oxygen use.
Cognitive panels for two long-term case-studies show permanent restoration of mental function experienced by most users. Cognitive panels use the CNSVS clinical neurological testing system.
Long Term Results
These graphs show specific detail of 2 concussed users who used this protocol. Both were lifetime athletes so they were well able to do High Intensity Interval Training. Reproduced with permission. Click graphs for complete results.
BrainO2 training maximizes mental and physical performance beyond levels achievable by other known methods.
Third party lab tests on muscle tissue show increase of muscle PO2 levels of approximately 33.3% from 60% to 80%. These tissue oxygen levels correlate to measured increases in strength, agility, endurance and recovery velocity.
Adaptive Contrast training uses low-oxygen exposure to cause the body to fully optimize the process of oxygen delivery, while brief high-oxygen bursts deliver maximum concentration of oxygen to all tissues via blood plasma.
Users report that a BrainO2 training session enables above-normal performance for approximately 4 days. Optimal repetition is every-day or every other day during recovery.
Users also expedite recovery time for fatigue and injury, normally less than half. No user has reported soreness or fatigue after using this protocol, and most report it is beneficial immediately before any exertion event.