HOCATT™ Ozone Sauna Therapy for Athletes and Sports Professionals.
Stay in shape with Ozone Sauna Therapy for Athletes
Stay in shape with HOCATT™ Ozone Sauna Therapy for Athletes
- Increases tissue oxygenation.
- Increases production of ATP resulting in more energy and faster recovery.
- Delays the onset of anaerobic fermentation of sugar in the cell reducing lactic acid build-up.
- Oxidizes lactic acid, helping prevent sore muscles.
- Reduces swelling, bruising and pain from injuries and speed healing.
- Prevents and treat colds and flu and enhances immunity.
- Eliminates need for antibiotics, protecting intestinal flora.
- Increases hormone production to optimum levels, eliminating need for artificial steroids.
Exercise is both aerobic and anaerobic activities in which fatigue occurs by consuming much of the available ATP and forming lactic acid in muscles. ATP (Adenosine-5′-Triphosphate) is a multifunctional nucleoside triphosphate used in cells as a coenzyme. ATP transports chemical energy within cells for metabolism. The effects of lactic acid are well studied and well known with debilitating effects such as fatigue, soreness, muscle stiffness and long recovery periods before any further intensive exercise can be commenced.This has traditionally meant that medium to intensive levels of exercise have had to be interrupted by extensive rest periods whilst lactic acid and its effects slowly dissipate.
HOCATT Ozone Sauna Therapy for Athletes and Sports Professionals is a “Hyperthermic Ozone and Carbonic Acid Transdermal Therapy” – hence HOCATT™.
Now you can really “kick-on” with your training and fitness regime; whatever your present level is, a whole new level of fitness, health and wellbeing awaits you. You will now be able to enjoy all of the “upside” and completely avoid the traditional “downside” that dedicated health, fitness and training programmes have.
Clinical test results for the effects of ozone benefits for athletes.
The study was carried out using two groups of athletes aged 20-21 in their final year at The Faculty of Physical Education at Helwan University.
Lactic Acid measurements were taken following 10 minutes of exercise using an ergometric cycle used at 60 cycles per minute until the pulse rate reached the theoretical “maximum oxygen utilisation rate” of 160/min, following 20 minutes of rest.
The second day saw the same regime repeated but this time the athletes were exposed to the Ozone Steam Bath (using the Ionozone Bath Cabinet). measurements for the study group were repeated following six sessions of Ozone Steam Bath during a two month period.
The evaluation was carried out by three professors from the university.
Evaluations were carried out twice for both groups, at the start of the programme and then after two months.
Ozone Therapy when compared to the “control” group that merely rested and recovered without Ozone Therapy assistance. (See following tables for comparisons).
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