WHAT WE’VE BEEN UP TO
- We’re now the Official Recovery Drink of the NOBULL CrossFit Games®, which you’ve probably heard or seen already, because we won’t shut up about it (and we hope you won’t, either!)
- We’ve made two new hires - an omnichannel vice president to help with our revenue, and a chain gym sales director to help us grow the brand
- We had some ads on TV for the CrossFit Games Semifinals this week - did you see them?
- We’re making big plans for the Games in Madison August 1-7, and we hope you stay tuned to O2 for special news leading up to the event.
Meet the Founders
O2 Founder & CEO
DR. DANIEL KIM
Chief Medical Officer
Frequently Asked Questions
How do you oxygenate a drink? Will it leave the liquid when I open it?
It’s a similar process to carbonation. The oxygen will dissipate over time, like sparkling water that goes flat.
Why does O2 taste so good?
We use a plant- and fruit-based mix of erythritol, monk fruit, stevia, and organic sugar to give our O2 flavors their unique flavor profile. We use no artificial flavors, sweeteners, or preservatives.
How are there 17G carbs but only 15 calories?
Most of those carbs come from erythritol, which is a natural sweetener that passes largely undigested through the body (i.e., you pee it out). So, it accounts for most of the carbs, but only 2 calories. The net carb count on O2 is closer to 3G.
Isn’t caffeine catabolic after a workout?
O2 caffeine content is not high enough to cause a catabolic state after working out. And, just to note - O2’s Blackberry Currant and Lemon Lime flavors are caffeine free.