Next up to discuss is
Lemon Lime, Blackberry Currant
O2 Oxygenated Recovery (15 calories – 14g/0g/0g. I know this math is weird). The two flavors we offer are both caffeine-free.
This is one of the newer players on the market, and in our fitness space. O2 is basically a hydration drink based off of a formula molded off of an IV drip, claiming 50% more electrolytes than leading sports drinks. It also contains seven times the oxygen as water to increase “your body’s ability to process toxins and accelerates recovery”. Also made in the USA.
Since it’s got a very short list of things inside the can I like this one a lot. I don’t like how they changed the size on us. Hmph.
When should I drink it?
- Anytime you need hydration, especially since there is no caffeine content, but their site says post-workout. That said it does contain 15 total calories so be mindful if watching your intake.
- These are not replacements for plain water, but if you want a nice kick of electrolytes then these will do you well!
What’s in it?
Oxygenated water (duh), Erythritol, Sodium Citrate, Organic sugar, Malic acid, Monopotassium phosphate, Natural flavors, Citric acid, Stevia extract, and Monk fruit extract. Smallest list of ingredients but the need makes sense for those who like simplicity.
IN-GYM WORKOUT for Thursday 3/4/2021
10 calories row (or 30 double unders)
5 kb upright row (high pull)
10 kb horn curls (1 up, 2 down)
5 pushups (challenge: kb shooter pushup)
10 kip swings (eventually k2e, no t2b)
Pullup Ladder: E2MOMx3 do 1-2-3-2-1 reps then the BURGENER WARMUP. 3-5 trainer-led reps with a barbell.
EMOM x 18
a. 3 front squats or 3 cleans
b. 15 box jumps, 12/20/24″
c. 15 med ball cleans (or wall ball)
6 rounds for time:
60 double unders
30 kettlebell swings, 12/16/24kg
Should be completed in just over 20 minutes so choose the proper weight for your swings. Adjust as needed and potentially scale down to 5 or 4 rounds total so that you can finish.
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