Add the Oxygen Advantage program to your training arsenal
If you are a recreational, elite or professional athlete, you can benefit by
- Reduced breathlessness during exercise.
- Improved sleep for optimal recovery and pre-event rest
- Delayed onset of fatigue
- Relaxation during exercise for optimum performance
- Improved running economy
- Optimal oxygen delivery to muscles
- Improved focus and reduced pre-match anxiety
Apply the ‘Oxygen Advantage’ Program and reach a simulated height of 5000m/ 6000ft)
Oxygen Advantage® in South Africa
Our Oxygen Advantage® qualified instructor profile:
Jenny O’Hanlon is an Interior Design graduate of Cape Technikon (CPUT), Cape Town. A competitive swimmer, runner and hockey player since the age of 11, Jenny turned to multisport of Biathlon, Triathlon and Modern Pentathlon as a Veteran athlete. An accomplished Ironman 70.3 age group and 5 time Modern Pentathlon World Championship medallist, Jenny also has a passion for trail running and wild water having conquered 600km of the Orange River, South Africa and has challenged the Table Mountain and Hout Bay trails in Cape Town.
Jenny is a National Sports Administrator and Modern Pentathlon training facilitator. She is the founder of the Khayelistha Multisport Club, Cape Town. Working with athletes and disadvantage communities is a passion.
Jenny recently trained and qualified as an Oxygen Advantage Instructor with Patrick McKeown in Galway, Ireland.
“After having read Patrick Mc Keown’s Oxygen Advantage book, I knew that I would never approach my work and daily activities, coaching or my own sport the same way again. The Oxygen Advantage Instructors course was the next step to enable me to confidently share my experience with my family, all those close to me and anyone who could be helped. I have embraced the program in all I do and have already reaped the benefits in my workplace and recent athletic events.
The Oxygen Advantage program is something that no one should be without.”
The Oxygen Advantage book details a simple and unique breathing technique which can easily be incorporated into existing routines, bringing multiple benefits to sports performance and overall well-being. The technique is based on research supported by over 300 medical papers and studies, including research collaborated by the author and published in prominent scientific journals. For the first time, this information is brought beyond academic journals and made accessible to the public.