Cute, Jim. I saw that coming.
Also on the sillier side, I recall a thread where some athletes were training
while wearing a mask that restricted their air intake.
This was supposed to help condition them for performance at higher altitude.
I can see using oxygen as an aid to get in more aerobic exercise if one has compromised lung function,
or even to allow them to function normally--even with less than ideal respiration.
The ski shops around Jackson sell bottles of oxygen with attached masks for use by hikers.
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