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Free webinar: Training with a MOXY muscle oxygen sensor

The MOXY is a muscle oxygen sensor that can measure the saturation of hemoglobin and myoglobin of for example your quads.

Do you think your apnea walks are effective?

They might be. You can practice apnea walking with an oximeter, but it is hard to know exactly what is going on in the muscles. For some training you don’t need the oxygen in the muscles to drop, and for other training it needs to drop as much as possible.

Now, the guesswork is over.

Using a MOXY muscle oxygen sensor it is possible to measure the oxygen content in the muscles. You can strap the MOXY to your quad, biceps, or any other muscle to gauge the level of oxygen during exercise.

MOXY oxygen monitor.
The MOXY can be used to measure the oxygen levels in your muscles during exercise. Image taken from here

I have tested a set of exercises, including apnea walking, apnea squats, and bicycle interval training using the MOXY and will be sharing my results during a free webinar. The webinar will start at 12 noon CST, Tuesday December 12th, and run until about 12.45. There will be ample time for questions.

Register for the free webinar now!

Hope to see you there.