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Friday, May 25, 2018

MEDIA ADVISORY - The O2X Human Performance Workshop is coming to the Prince George’s County!!!

The O2X Human Performance Workshop is coming to the Prince George’s County next week.

PGFD Media Contact  - Alan Doubleday, Deputy Fire Chief, 202-480-4776

From O2X Human Performance Workshop:

O2X was born from VO2 Max, the gold standard for measuring cardiovascular fitness and endurance. Our company vision is to be the gold standard and global
leader in providing Human Performance education and training to our Nation's heroes, tactical athletes and elite organizations.

The O2X team is comprised of U.S./UK Special Operations veterans, professional, Olympic, and collegiate athletes, ultra-marathoners, and 40+ human
performance experts. Our specialists come from diverse backgrounds and areas of expertise; they share a passion for helping others maximize
performance and rise higher.

O2X goes beyond simply increasing cardiovascular fitness; the program also includes improving nutrition, stress management, sleep, resilience, and physical
conditioning. These five pillars of human performance make up our comprehensive EAT SWEAT THRIVE methodology.

Our unique curriculum is backed by the latest in cutting-edge science and research and presented by our team of world-class specialists.

Through our EAT SWEAT THRIVE principles, O2X experts deliver a tailored curriculum that forms the framework for making small, incremental changes that will lead to sustainable lifestyle improvements. 

O2X's mission is to provide world-class, science-back education and training so
firefighters and other tactical athletes can finish their careers as strong as they started.

For additional information on this class please visit their website at www.O2X.com

O2X will be instructing Prince George’s County Firefighter/Medics and Police Officers for four days from May 29th through June 1.  Instruction will be conducted at the County Police HQ Gymnasium, 7600 Barlowe Road in Palmer Park.  Media availability of O2X staff and students will be on Wednesday, May 30th, between the hours of 8:00 am until 11:00 am.  To attend, media should contact Alan Doubleday, Deputy Fire Chief, at 202-480-4776..