Brandon Leonardo is an avid and passionate alpine mountaineer and hiker who loves to climb mountains.
“Recently I decided to give Boost Oxygen a test and take it up Mt. Rainier with me. The camp is at almost 10,000 feet, and summit is at 14,440 feet. We didn’t really have time to acclimate much. I felt a bit light headed and nauseated towards the summit of Rainier last year and was very low on energy on the way down; almost stumbling at times due to a 1-day push.
This year when I started to feel the lack of oxygen I decided that by having Boost Oxygen, I had 150 breaths – which is about 2.5 hours of 1 breath per minute. Being it’s 95% pure oxygen, an extra breath is a substantial amount per minute. Well, I noticed I felt better after a breath. A sense of well-being came back, and it felt like I was instantly “revived” and more balanced.