*Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf of Oxigen Water. All thoughts and opinions, as always, are my own.
Oxigen Water is an oxygenated water where oxygen is literally added to the bottle. Here are the ingredients:
- Distilled Water
- Activated Stabilized Oxygen aka ASO®
- Sea Salt
I’ve heard how extra levels of oxygen can help improve your workouts and help you recover faster, so I was curious to try Oxigen Water for myself. Over the course of several weeks I took a bottle of Oxigen Water with me to my workouts. I play soccer every Wednesday night and drank it during and after the game. I took it to drink with me while I swam at the gym. The ideal usage is to drink Oxigen Water on an empty stomach either 30 minutes before eating or one hour after eating. They also make Oxigenated shots if you are looking for a quicker, more concentrated boost of oxygen.
- A way to replenish after a workout without having a recovery drink that has a lot of carbs and sugar. I’m currently on a low carb eating plan so this was helpful for me.
- The packaging is made from recycled plastic bottles. This means a lot to me. I am much more passion about a product when I know the brand is cautious about their environmental impact, especially water brands.
- The oxygen is said to give you an energy boost and increase stamina during your workouts. Hard to be able to measure the impact of this but nice to know there’s an option to do this with oxygenated water.
So, did I notice an improvement in my performance while drinking water? Honestly, I don’t really know. I would need more scientific data to actually determine something like that. However, I did like the clean taste of the water and would absolutely buy it again in the stores. I have currently seen Oxigen Water at Bristol Farms here in Los Angeles, and if you are interested in learning more about where you can purchase their water you can visit their website here .