EWOT (Exercise with Oxygen Therapy)

What Is This?

What is EWOT?

Simply put, EWOT (pronounced e-watt) Exercise With Oxygen Training is breathing higher levels of oxygen during exercise. You can use an exercise bike, treadmill, elliptical, or whatever you’re comfortable with.

Breathing higher levels of oxygen during exercise increases strength, endurance, and stamina. You can go longer with greater power. This means a more effective workout in the same time frame. In addition, the body operates better when your blood is oxygen-rich.

Key Benefits

6 Effective Benefits of EWOT

Athletic Performance

One of the most compelling benefits of oxygen therapy is that it enhances athletic performance.
Athletes performing at intense levels require large amounts of ATP. ATP is the body's source of energy, which is produced with the help of oxygen. When an athlete has greater levels of ATP, it improves their stamina and endurance.

Muscle Recovery

Higher oxygen levels reduce fatigue and boost the recovery rate of muscles after intense exercise.
When the body runs out of energy or oxygen to generate energy, it creates lactic acid. Lactic acid build-up leads to fatigue. It can also cause muscle pain or cramping.

Improve Circulation

Oxygen Therapy strengthens the blood flow and improves circulation.
Fatigue, cramps, cold hands and feet, or difficulty concentrating are all symptoms of poor circulation. Circulation is important for maintaining normal functioning in the body.

Better Immune System

As the body's blood circulation improves, so does the immune system.
Circulation is necessary for supplying the body with blood. Blood transports essential nutrients as well as blood cells and platelets.

Increased Brain Function

In addition to benefiting physical performance, oxygen therapy benefits mental performance.
Higher levels of oxygen in the brain may improve cognitive functioning. This includes information processing, decision making, memory, and concentration.


High quality sleep allows the body to heal and prepare for activity each day.
As oxygen enhances brain functioning, it also promotes better sleep. Studies suggest that exposure to high levels of oxygen may lead to deeper, more restorative sleep.

EWOT can be done alone or as part of our Superhuman Protocol. To learn more about that click here


Frequently Asked Questions

Consider EWOT as one component of your exercise program. Target three days per week at 15 minutes max per session. Incorporate weight training and possible outdoor walking or swimming as additional components of your overall conditioning program. If you are in poor health, EWOT may be your only way to exercise. 

Only light to moderate exercise is required to see significant benefits. You will work out at a very steady pace for 15 min, but every 3 min you will sprint for 20-30 seconds, making sure your BPM (Beats Per Minute) is 110 or higher. You will repeat this cycle 3-5 times. 

he higher O2 levels are not the issue. For many, it’s the sudden change in getting exercise. If you have not exercised in a long time, begin gradually, but consult your doctor. If you don’t have any health concerns, breathing higher levels of O2 is considered safe. 

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