19 episodes

Take control of your health naturally with EWOT. LiveO2 for the People teaches you how to use oxygen to supplement biohacking, improve your quality of life, initiate anti-aging, and improve athletic performance.

LiveO2 for the People Mark Squibb

    • Health & Fitness
    • 5.0 • 3 Ratings

Take control of your health naturally with EWOT. LiveO2 for the People teaches you how to use oxygen to supplement biohacking, improve your quality of life, initiate anti-aging, and improve athletic performance.

    You only have ONE brain: Warning signs & recovery from TBI

    You only have ONE brain: Warning signs & recovery from TBI

    Zach Price, a chiropractor at Performance Rehab Associates in Charlotte, NC, works with many athletes (professional and youth) and sees a lot of concussions.
    In this episode, he and Tom get into the details of traumatic brain injury (TBI) for athletes, normal people (who may suffer TBI from a car accident, for example) and young people playing contact sports. Here’s a taste of what you’ll learn:
    After a brain injury, how long does it take to notice changes? How Dr. Zach uses LiveO2 to manipulate the vascular & nervous system Could vertigo & headaches be something more? Why athletes are really great at “camouflaging” brain injury & the consequences How kids who play contact sports can benefit from LiveO2 (listen up parents!)

    • 47 min
    Learn A Few Lies About Aging & How to Set a Big, Hairy-Ass Goal

    Learn A Few Lies About Aging & How to Set a Big, Hairy-Ass Goal

    Julia Hubbel is back for Round 2 of the LiveO2 for the People podcast.
    Since we last spoke to her, she's been training like crazy, injured, had surgery and gone on more adventures! 
    In this episode you'll learn: 
    Why you should set a big, hairy-ass goal (BHAG) Why your dignity of effort is more important than achieving your goal How Julia deals with moments of discouragement  What Tom & Julia think about body ownership (are we our bodies?) Why the "inevitability" of dementia and Alzheimer's is a lie! Where Tom's LiveO2 system went on Thanksgiving! (hint: pro athlete) How to engender recovery in your body before a procedure/surgery Why life expectancy is down for the first time ever since WWI Why Julia's yellow Patagonia underwear hold a special place in her heart... Show notes:
    Episode 1 with Julia Julia’s new article about aging Who is Bob Harper? MK Adventures with Wayne Sawchuk LiveO2 Adaptive Contrast

    • 1 hr 2 min
    What's the difference between Hyperbaric (HBOT) and LiveO2?

    What's the difference between Hyperbaric (HBOT) and LiveO2?

    Our newest podcast episode answers the question: how is hyperbaric (HBOT) different than LiveO2?
    Dr. Palacios has been practicing Internal and Functional medicine for quite some time. He has treated patients with both hyperbaric and LiveO2. In this episode you’ll learn:
    What is hyperbaric and how does it work? How is hyperbaric (HBOT) different than LiveO2? How pressure impacts our ability to be healthy What atmospheric pressure is optimal for lasting results How to work with oxygen (LiveO2) as a practitioner ...and much more (even a tidbit about LiveO2 for crossfitters!)

    • 39 min
    Dr. Rich Berkowitz on how to train for altitude and use LiveO2 in your practice [podcast]

    Dr. Rich Berkowitz on how to train for altitude and use LiveO2 in your practice [podcast]

    Dr. Rich Berkowitz, DC has a LiveO2 Adaptive Contrast system at his clinic, Carolina Chiropractic Plus, and recently used it to train for his trek to Mt. Everest Base Camp!
    In this episode, Tom and Dr. Rich get into training in both personal and clinical applications. Here's a taste of what you'll learn from their conversation:
    The step-by-step altitude protocol Dr. Rich used to prepare for Everest Base Camp How breathing techniques made a difference for him How high altitude training is different than HIIT (high intensity interval training) on Adaptive Contrast  Why building blood is important in altitude How athletes can use LiveO2 to avoid "starting in 2nd place mentally" How Dr. Rich keeps his LiveO2 system busy all day long in his clinic (including training kids!)

    • 58 min
    8 Steps to Battle the Common Cold with Oxygen: The ColdO2 Protocol

    8 Steps to Battle the Common Cold with Oxygen: The ColdO2 Protocol

    Tune-in to listen to our 8-step ColdO2 protocol and learn how you can avoid getting the common cold in the cooler-weather seasons!
    LiveO2 ColdO2 Protocol:
    1 teaspoon tri-salts 2g buffered Vitamin C Hot green tea (optional) LiveO2 Whole Body Flush protocol (in sweats & headcover) Hot toddy or Cinnamon Twig & Ginger tea with honey (optional) Warm bath with 2 cups Epsom salt Electrolytes Warm sleep  Resiliency version (before you get sick)
    Vitamin D-3 and Vitamin C LiveO2 every 3 days Warm nourishing foods (tea, chai, ginger, garlic & cinnamon) to generate internal heat

    • 35 min
    Q&A with Tom - Episode 2

    Q&A with Tom - Episode 2

    Our third episode of Q&A is here!
    Here are the questions asked and any relevant links:
    Tom, do you think using the TBT (total body trainer) and incorporating my arms in the aerobic exercise will deliver more oxygen to those areas than having them in a resting position as I pedal with my legs? (Listen at 01:42 - 06:00) Ben Menafee podcast Keiser Total Body Trainer Ben's shared spreadsheet Will LiveO2 help my sex life? (Listen at 06:03 - 13:04) Can you address Northern California fire detox? They are burning us down and don't plan to stop. How could the AC™ system be best used to support people's detox from the fires? Can you also speak to the nature of toxins from the fires that are burning hotter than wildfires (burning stuff like tires and metals and porcelain)? (Listen at 13:17 - 32:54) Adaptive Contrast™ system Detox protocol Blessed Herbs Quick Silver Scientific *Tom tip: best time for an herbal cleanse is Spring or Fall! How does LiveO2 Adaptive Contrast compare to Hyperbaric oxygen therapy? (Listen at 33:00 - 45:44) Read: LiveO2 vs. Hyperbaric I wanted to share something with you about using my LiveO2 system. I watched a podcast about nose breathing during exercise and I decided to try it while doing my LiveO2 workout. It took a while to get comfortable with it - I would sometimes exhale from the nose but got used to it.After a bit I noticed I felt remarkably relaxed even when the O2 levels were low. I felt relaxed after...normally I am little hyped up.  When done, I decided to use my heart variability tester to verify how relaxed I was. It was amazing, I was completely balanced with my nervous system even after just exercising. Best session to date! Curious if you have tried it and had the same result? (Listen at 46:00 -  53:13)
    Buteyko breathing Wim Hof method *Tom tip: Our nose is there for a reason - to breathe! The mouth is designed more for eating. I haven’t used my Live02 the last month or two. And I noticed that the two times I used it this week that my pulse ox wasn’t going down that much when I was on -O2.  It would maybe go down to 95 and then trickle back up to 97 even after a couple of minutes. Is that weird? (Listen at 53:15 - 1:00:09) Contact us about your protocol - maybe it's time to level-up? Scott Stapleton of Keiser podcast (HIIT training) I am looking at foot surgery for arthritis and was wondering if AC will speed up the healing process? (Listen at 1:00:10 - end)  

    • 1 hr 7 min

Customer Reviews

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Jenna Compton ,

Stories and Science!

I enjoy listening to the first-hand stories of guests and how they have overcome health challenges in a more natural way. Tom’s dives into science help explain what’s happening behind the scenes in the body to cause changes in health. Learning so much!

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