PWR Fit

The 15-minute workout that has kept me fit and healthy since the year 2000!

I’m Kelly Rudolph, Certified Life Coach and I bought a video from an infomercial in the year 2000 that changed my life for good! Here, I share success stories from me and other women who gave my favorite workout a chance and stayed with it to achieve GREAT results!

If you’ve already learned to harness the power of oxygen, you’ve noticed that you are fit and trim, healthy and energetic every day. Sound too good to be true? All of us with success stories below thought so too…

Adding just 15 or 17 minutes of my favorite workout to your daily routine could bring you many benefits:

Kelly Rudolph

  • Better muscle tone

  • Inch loss

  • Increased energy

  • Improved flexibility

  • Greater strength and endurance

  • Boost your metabolic rate and burn extra calories

  • Lose excess fat gradually and safely

  • Better sleep

  • Improved circulation

  • Less stress

  • Improved sense of well-being
  • Greater peace of mind
  • Improved self image
  • Increased self confidence

My Story: Slim, Fit And Healthy In 15 Minutes Per Day, NO Sweat!

Since the year 2000, when I learned to harness the power of oxygen from a video I bought on an infomercial, I have been healthy, fit and full of energy every day.

I used the same 15 minute workout video tape every single day from Fall 2000 to Fall 2002 – 728 consecutive days (minus 2 days filming with John Walsh in New York – hotel room was the size of a postage stamp!). I lost 18 lbs and 23 inches in the first 6 weeks. PMS symptoms and stress were drastically reduced.

Gym vs. No Sweat 15 Minute Workout
I love the gym, and was a “gym rat” for over 30 years so I used the 15-minute workout a few times per week and went to the gym every day. On July 1, 2009 I scheduled a photo shoot for three weeks later. I knew the best and quickest way I’d found to sculpt my body was NOT to be found at the gym so I added Oxycise back into my daily routine. For variety, I ordered all of the other Oxyise DVD’s and mix them up.

My waist decreased by 4 inches in the first two weeks, my hips decreased 2 inches and each thigh 1.5 inches. I felt great for my photo shoot and was very happy with the way I looked.

After the shoot, I continued my workout and by December 2009 had lost 10 lbs, and several more inches. On March 31, 2010, I happily let my gym membership go to focus on the workout that has always been most beneficial for me. I have done my 15 minute workout every day since and still look forward to it whether I’m traveling to coach and in a hotel or anywhere else. I always make time because my health is always a priority!

Although I rarely get sick or hurt, over the past 13+ years I’ve had my share of days when I could have easily put off a workout. When I do it anyway the oxygen and breathing helps me to feel better. I’ve Oxycised with the flu, colds, a pinched nerve (from the gym), pulled muscles and a badly sprained wrist. Using the power of oxygen for overall health is vital and I’ve proven it again and again in my own life.

Sometimes, I workout immediately after I eat, sometimes immediately before bedtime and sometimes in 3-5 minute increments throughout the day but it always works and I always feel great. I’ve even worked out at 3 am after a long day of work or travel because my day isn’t complete without me taking care of my body. During the winter, just 3 Oxycise breaths warm up my whole body instantly – so it saves on the electric bill. LOL And if I get stressed, a few Oxy-breaths is all it takes to calm me down or lessen a headache. My world changed when I learned to harness the power of OXYGEN.

Oxycise burns 140% more calories than riding a stationary bicycle. ~ findings by Dr. Girandola during USC Oxycise study in 1996 (source: Oxycise book)

 

Strong abs are essential for effective self-defense
Formerly as “Your Personal Safety Trainer,” I found that many men and women lacked the abdominal muscles necessary for effective self-defense. Attacks usually go to the ground and you must be able to tuck your knees up to keep them between you and the attacker. Oxycise gives you that vital strength!

Jill Johnson, the creator of the Oxycise workout, has been helping people lose weight for over 20 years – healthfully. And even if you don’t need to lose weight, the Oxycise breath is excellent for general health. There are numerous testimonials on her site.

There are links at the bottom of this page for audios from PWR Fit 2010; a PositiveWomenRock event we did in May of 2010. I got to interview Aubrey Lee, Oxycise Instructor and daughter of Oxycise creator, Jill. It was an eye-opening interview you can listen to as well as EFT sessions on changing your body size and shape with Sue Busen, Energy Healer.

 

How To Order:
The Oxycise 15-Minute Workout << Click that (affiliate link – same price, I get a % for referring you)  If you prefer I don’t get paid a small %, go to Oxycise.com on your own because I really want you to feel great as soon as possible! ;-)

Oxycise | Kelly RudolphI suggest you order the “TV Special – Standard Series.” It’s a great deal and has everything you need. Click on the banner image below and see the upper Right corner to order.

FYI: there are also downloads if you don’t want to pay shipping and wait for physical DVD’s!

 

 

 

 

Some of my results:

  • facial and neck muscles and skin tightened
  • much more energy throughout the day
  • absence of jiggles – Woohoo!
  • flat tummy, firm legs, strong arms, tight buttisimo
  • decreased monthly PMS symptoms
  • more sound sleep
  • better self-image
  • clothes fit better
  • lost 18 lbs
  • lost a lot of inches
  • stay well even during virus season
  • melted away cellulite
  • decreased appetite

Are you wondering, like I was, why EVERYONE doesn’t know about this workout? I first saw it on an infomercial in 2000 and as a happy customer, I’m helping get the word out. Just think of how much money goes into the fitness industry each year, even though most people never do the workouts. It’s a tragic, unhealthy epidemic and I’m excited to have a hand in changing it with a fun, simple, quick, effective workout!

Tara’s Story:

Listen to Tara Reed’s testimonial about her first 10 days with Oxycise!

 

Kirsten Nelson, Positive Women Rock

Kirsten’s Story:

It took me almost a year after Kelly told me about Oxycise before I bit the bullet and started it. In that year my husband and I joined a gym and I worked out 3-6 days a week, huffing, puffing, lifting weights, and participating in the different classes the gym offered. I was determined to shed those extra pounds and inches that were making my clothes tight and killing my self-confidence.

Frustrated, disappointed, and completely discouraged all describe how I felt after 9 months of hitting the gym. All that work and I could barely tell a difference in my body. Where were my results?

I’m a busy, work-at-home mom with two active little boys. The two hours I was spending at the gym everyday seemed pointless. I felt defeated and thought I would have to just accept my new shape and size as the “new me.” I hated it.

Out of desperation, I ordered Oxycise. After spending 2 hours at the gym, 15 minutes a day seemed worth a shot. I was shocked at how quickly I began to see results. Within a week of doing Oxycise for 15 minutes a day I lost 2.5 inches and was starting to see more muscle tone that I did in 9 months of lifting weights at the gym! And it was lean muscle, not the bulky muscle I got from the gym.

That was all the motivation I needed to become totally committed to making Oxycise a part of my daily life. And I knew I could keep that commitment because it was only 15 minutes a day!

After three months of doing Oxycise (almost) everyday, I lost 10 pounds and 10 3/4 inches!

Now, 10 months later (March 2012), I’ve shed 31 lb and 34 inches! I never thought I would have this kind of muscle tone and get rid of the bumpy cellulite. But I have! In fact, the other day, my husband confessed that he was jealous of my abs! Yep, I had abs hiding under that squishy belly! And in another month or two, I might actually be the weight listed on my driver’s license.

Kirsten Oxycise | Kelly Rudolph

Kirsten’s Oxy-waist-loss

I tell all my friends, if I weren’t seeing these results for myself I would think it was a scam. But it’s not! This is the real thing! No pills, no weird diets, no crazy workouts that leave you so stiff you can’t walk for a week (and what mom can afford that?), and I don’t have to spend hours at the gym getting all sweaty. Just 15 minutes a day of breathing and squeezing.

I feel more energetic, my skin looks better, and my clothes are all getting too big. I never thought I would have that problem. Time to go shopping for new skinny jeans!

I couldn’t be more pleased with my Oxycise results. I have told all my girlfriends and just about anyone else who will listen to check this program out. There is nothing else like it!

I’m a real mom with a real life and a real body. This program works. Period.

Kirsten Nelson – CEO, Founder ParentingByTheMinute.com
Idaho

 

Tricia Before Oxycise

Tricia’s Story:

My life before Oxycise was quite different than it is today. I weighed 200 lbs and was a size 18. I had been going to the gym 4 to 5 times a week for an hour or more lifting weights, running on the treadmill, taking yoga classes and even using the elliptical machine. I wasn’t losing weight and my body felt like it was falling apart. I had shin splints; my calves were tight and always cramping. I was quite discouraged at my lack of progress, but kept going to the gym because what else do you do to lose weight? When the plantar fasciitis flared up in both feet I had to quit going all together. What do you do when you can’t even go walking without severe pain?

Tricia After OxyciseI heard about Oxycise from my sister Kirsten (see Kirsten’s testimonial above). It sounded too good to be true. 15 minutes a day, no jarring exercise, no gym membership, lose weight quickly and have more energy? What?! I began in earnest in March of 2012. I was oxycising 6 to 7 days a week. Within the first week I had lost 5 inches!!! I was sold. The best part of the whole thing was I could do it anywhere after memorizing the routine.

My biggest goal was to lose weight and not be in pain when I exercise. I wanted to tone up and be healthy. There are so many health risks when you are overweight and I did not want to be another statistic and get diabetes or heart disease. I wanted to actually achieve these goals instead of just dreaming about them.

Some weeks I would do the commutercise more than the level one. As long as I was doing one or the other it counted. Some weeks I lost more than others. The key was to keep going even when I was discouraged or lazy. My sister and I would text everyday letting each other know of our progress and encouraging each other to continue on. We would even look up other isometric exercises to change up our routines and make it more challenging. It is such a versatile program. I even use yoga poses with it.

I was in 2 car accidents last year and oxycise helped me manage the pain and headaches. I definitely notice I am sore and get more headaches if I don’t oxycise at least 6 days a week. I would rather spend 15 minutes oxycising than taking pain medication. It is so awesome!

In just over a year I have lost 48 lbs and 50.5 inches. I am down to a size 12!!! My old clothes look ridiculously big on me now. I have about 20 lbs to go; I’m confident Oxycise will get me there and I encourage everyone to give it a chance! It really works! I am slimmer, even in my calves and I can wear the cute zip up boots I could never wear before.  I have so much more energy and stamina. I could go on and on listing the great things about Oxycise. I tell people about it all the time. Just do it!! I love Oxycise!!!

Tricia Harrild – Ordinary Citizen, healthier, skinnier and happier
Utah

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Links to replays of the great interviews from PWRfit 2010 when Positive Women Rock Members Oxycised for 30 days together:

Interview with Aubrey Lee of Oxycise!

EFT Session #1 with Sue Busen

EFT Session #2 with Sue Busen

34 Responses to PWR Fit

  1. Kymmy May 30, 2010 at 8:54 am #

    I want you to know that I love this stuff. Even when you don’t think you have enough time….you do!! I love the fact that if I have to stop suddenly while working out, that I don’t have to do a cool down or worry about not getting my workout in. Whenever I feel bloated I just do one set of O’s and I feel much lighter. I love this stuff!! Now I have to go and get in my workout…..Happy O.ing!!

  2. Elizabeth May 10, 2010 at 7:31 pm #

    It’s May 10th. I missed last Wednesday and Thursday because a girlfriend was visiting me (I sent her home with the Easy Does It and Instructional VHS tapes). So I did it twice Saturday, once and a half Sunday and twice today. My heart rate has already decreased. That’s the second most coveted benefit, the first being, of course, losing weight!

    I love feeling stronger. And I’m continuing my EFT. I’ve downloaded YouTube EFT videos to my iPod and use they every day. I tap for about a half hour every day.

    My goal is to do a total of 240 breaths a day. Once while I’m doing housewifely stuff and once with the Level I video. Level I is my favorite hands down.

  3. Kelly May 7, 2010 at 11:45 am #

    Great, Geraldine! Isn’t it fun to have a workout we actually look forward to? This is definitely something I’ve incorporated into my lifestyle to help me feel great. So many people who want to get fit go to such great lengths that are not only expensive but uncomfortable and disappointing in the end. How can something so simple and fun be effective? It’s all based on common sense, that’s how! :)

  4. Geraldine Bown May 7, 2010 at 1:20 am #

    A few days in and already I find I look forward to when I am going to do the Oxycise! Usually I put off exercise as long as I can… Yesterday I tried the commuter workout using the CD in my car. As I live in the middle of nowhere, wherever I want to go is a minimum of a 30 minute drive so this suits my multi-tasking mentality very well. I feel really good (despite staying up til 4am watching the UK elections!). I think this programme is a winner and thanks so much Kelly for introducing me to it. AND I have the decreasing inches to look forward to…

  5. Kelly May 6, 2010 at 8:00 am #

    Thank you for your comment, Teresa! I’m really glad you are Oxycising and seeing/feeling positive results. Your awareness, sensitivity and attention to body and energy combined with your testimonial are a powerful example of how something so simple can impact us in more ways that just physical. I’m glad the badgering worked as it is sometimes necessary.

  6. Teresa Dietze May 6, 2010 at 6:46 am #

    As a seasoned body-worker and energy healer I have hesitations about most exercise programs owning to side-results I see in my clients–or myself if I can make myself do them at all.

    Oxicise is proving itself to be a big star! I made a few modifications for stellar results. Specifically: I strongly emphasize the natural, relaxed in-breath before adding more air, to make sure that my breathing muscles are not habituated to excess tension. It takes a bit longer to do this way but since the diaphragm translates mental tensions to the body, I notice more ease through the day than I did without this minor but important modification. I suggest this to others.

    Second, I add a focus on internal energy pathways as I am doing the muscular part. Bringing this (qi-gong) focus enhances my energy awareness and activation, making the Oxicise deeper and more engaging for me. I feel internal energy flows more during the day after doing this.

    Third, I emphasize the existing counter-stretches between upper and lower body. (Import from some of the better yoga styles.)

    With these minor changes I find Oxicise wonderful! I notice more from it than from any other exercise program to which I have been exposed.

    Here are the things I like about it:

    The counter-stretches with breath strengthen postural muscles, including interior ones, in their active groups instead of in isolation. This makes me feel supported and stronger during the day, which impacts my feelings of resilience and self-esteem.

    I enjoy enhanced body awareness via breath and posture. This supports my “Inner Work” (spiritual self-aware part) as I am more easily able to attend to sensations and related emotions as they begin to emerge.

    Oxicise is very comprehensive and keeps the body integrated instead of developing muscle groups in isolation. This, with the breath, makes me feel more whole and stronger.

    I have noticed an increase in lymph flow which improves immune function.

    The breathing stimulates and massages inner organs, which enhances drainage of toxins and supports good bowel function.

    Combines stretching with strengthening–very complete.

    I don’t have to go anywhere or use special equipment.

    Oxicise is compatible with the other practices I mentioned above, which allows me to take it to the level I need it to be on in order to be motivated to do it.

    Thanks for badgering me to do it Kelly! ;) You’re making a real contribution.

  7. Kelly May 5, 2010 at 2:07 pm #

    Tara, it’s interesting to see how our individual bodies respond to the breathing and how quickly we see results! Glad you’re not getting light-headed any longer. I also find myself Oxy-breathing throughout the day. It’s great in the shower since that is a time of cleansing and clarity and great ideas already!

  8. Kelly May 5, 2010 at 2:05 pm #

    Debi, I’m glad you are joining us! I look forward to your progress.

  9. Tara Reed May 4, 2010 at 7:11 am #

    I’m so happy I no longer get light-headed! Apparently I was much better at breathing IN when I started… I find myself doing mini-oxycise throughout the day – while the microwave is going, at red lights… I figure it can’t hurt and can only help – right?

  10. debi May 3, 2010 at 2:29 pm #

    I just ordered the program and am very excited. Wish I would have ordered earlier so I could join you for the PWRFit2010 on time! I haven’t exercised in ages and started on nutrisystem almost 2 wks ago. If I’m going to lose pounds I definitely have to lose inches and some of this cellulite! Hope it works :)

  11. Kelly May 1, 2010 at 9:33 am #

    Congratulations, Payson! The coordination comes with consistency. I still topple over occasionally in the level 4 workout. LOL Then the laughing helps strengthen my abs!

  12. Payson Cooper May 1, 2010 at 9:16 am #

    Whew – first day with a new program is always a bit challenging – I forget how uncoordinated I feel, but within a few days I’ll feel like I’ve got it, I’m sure. Very excited to be doing this with all of you. Thanks for leading us all Kelly!

  13. Kelly April 27, 2010 at 8:39 pm #

    Elizabeth, I’m so glad you are joining us! You will like Sue Busen and our EFT TeleSeminars. They are just 20-30 minutes and very powerful as you know from the videos you’ve been using. You can adjust your verbiage from “lazy exerciser” to “enthusiastic Oxyciser.” Thanks for commenting! – Kelly

  14. Elizabeth April 27, 2010 at 5:59 pm #

    I’ve been an Oxycise fan for a lot of years now. I originally owned the VHS version. I am a lazy exerciser, and every time I’ve done Oxycise consistently, it’s worked for me. I started back on it this week and I intend to continue this time. I’ve been using free YouTube EFT videos to solidify my commitment. Let’s Rock!

    Peace.

    E

  15. Kerry Peyton April 18, 2010 at 4:02 pm #

    O.K. Kelly, I’ve ordered it because I know you and trust that you wouldn’t recommend this unless you felt great about it. I already get a fair amount of exercise, so this will be a great addition. Maybe my husband will even do it with me:-).

  16. Kelly April 17, 2010 at 10:10 pm #

    Wow, Karli, I’m so glad you are Oxycising and feeling the benefits so quickly! Isn’t it amazingly effective? You will definitely want to hear my interviews with Payson Cooper during May. They may have special meaning to you. Glad you are part of PWR Fit 2010 and everyone is welcome to get a head start! :)

  17. Karli C Coslow April 17, 2010 at 2:57 pm #

    Dear Kelly,
    I have always been self-conscious of my body.I have suffered from anerexia and binge eating for several years.Last July I gave birth to my beautiful little boy and gained nearly 50lb.I have tried everything from in-home walking systems,to starvation diets and more.I have a 7 minute workout routine that i use that works very well,but i am looking to add something more.I have scoliosis and fibromyalgia so workouts can sometimes be hard and tiring on this 20 year old body and being a mom,wife and homemaker,my hands are literally tied all the time.
    I went to the oxycise website and looked at the first for women routine (i had purchased the same issue when it came out) and i started it the day before yesterday and IMMEDIATELY felt a difference.I know it sounds weird but my breathing felt cleaner and fresher.Sort of like the old air had been taken out and replaced with fresh air.I am now determined that I will find a way to do this program.
    Looking forward to actually starting this (although I kind of already have) :)
    I’m going to put on a bikini for the first time in my life and be proud!
    Thank you for caring and for putting life and excitement into this girl!

  18. Kelly April 14, 2010 at 5:55 pm #

    Woohoo, Donna! I love your passion and enthusiasm and intention! Glad to have you aboard.

  19. Donna Kim-Brand April 14, 2010 at 4:42 pm #

    Oh Kelly, you INSTIGATOR, you!

    I am thrilled to learn how to get more oxygen in my body and brain, in part because I know it helps me think better, but also because it may lead to a goal of mine to finally splurge on a Victoria’s Secret set and not regret it (when I look in the mirror!)!

    Helllloooo to Tara & Payson! So good to see you. Isn’t it fun having a cross-continental, indeed global, network of wonder-women friends & colleagues?

    And Geraldine- hands across the water-Let’s ROCK the proverbial boat! May the Leprechauns be with us!

  20. Kelly April 11, 2010 at 11:26 am #

    Oh, that’s great, Payson! I appreciate your help in getting the word out about how simple and quick getting in great shape can be! As an affiliate, you’ll have access to all of the affiliate tools to promote too. :)

  21. Payson Cooper April 11, 2010 at 11:23 am #

    So excited to participate and Oxycise with this amazing group of women – thanks for organizing this Kelly! Really look forward to the interview with the daughter of the creator and the EFT teleseminar – GREAT ideas! Thanks for sharing with all of us! My videos are in the mail!

  22. Kelly April 11, 2010 at 9:05 am #

    Thank you, Teresa. People don’t realize how much breathing correctly has to do with being healthy and we could have been much healthier all along if we were taught this as kids.

  23. Teresa Dietze April 11, 2010 at 8:39 am #

    My DVDs are in the mail!
    Intentional use of breath is very powerful, linking the physical exercise with energy directly.

    Strengthening and energizing my body this way will translate into feeling internal support and integration. I’m thankful for your support to do it, and that I can do it at home.

  24. Bryn April 10, 2010 at 12:23 pm #

    Bryn’s in! I just got my DVD and I’m learning the breath right now. Is that the most valuable untold secret OR WHAT??? Look forward to working out with all of you.

  25. Kelly April 10, 2010 at 12:19 pm #

    Geraldine, I’m SO glad to have you representing Ireland in PWR Fit 2010! Thank you, my friend.

  26. Kelly April 10, 2010 at 12:18 pm #

    Tara, you’re an excellent example of someone who fits a 15-minute workout into your busy day as a parent and business owner.

  27. Tara Reed April 10, 2010 at 11:39 am #

    I have my video and have been working it… love the energy from breathing deep and it truly stretches every part of your body – something I need since I’m painting or on the computer so much.

  28. Geraldine Bown April 10, 2010 at 10:59 am #

    This sounds FABULOUS Kelly. I have sent for my materials which hopefully will arrive here in Ireland in time. I love the idea of a global community doing this and it sounds a great programme. This is exactly why I am a member of the Positive Women Rock community – you recommend such great resources Kelly – thank you!

  29. Kelly April 8, 2010 at 7:50 am #

    Louise, the breathing technique is the REALLY important part. It makes your entire body work better and all of your organs receive the oxygen they need to be in good shape. If your organs are working properly, your body behaves correctly and that includes having a much easier time becoming toned, strong and losing excess “whatever.” When I first learned the breath in 2000, I coughed and that’s when I realized I had never inhaled that deeply before, EVER! So that very first breath taught me a LOT and changed my life AND my bod. I had never even inhaled correctly all those years working out at the gym.

  30. Louise Holmes April 8, 2010 at 7:38 am #

    Kelly, Oxycise is a great idea! You make it sound so simple to get fit! I’m signing up – will be fun to do this in a community – and see results from just 15 minutes daily.

  31. Jacqueline R Green April 7, 2010 at 6:17 pm #

    Thanks Kelly for telling me about Oxycise! I love the idea of trying Oxycise as part of the Positive Women Rock community.

  32. Kelly Rudolph April 7, 2010 at 4:06 pm #

    I’m so excited to share this fun, life-changing workout with you. I look forward to hearing your progress! Woohoo!

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