Many of you might be wondering, what is “Oxy”?
Where did this word come from?
Oxy is the short form for the word Oxygen. Oxygen is the most essential gas our body needs for growth and energy. It is the most important gas that we breathe in every second we inhale. Oxygen makes up 65% of the human body and it is responsible for 90% of the bodies energy. Without Oxygen the cells in our bodies would die, hence OXYGEN is necessary for life. In the same breath, FITNESS is necessary, SUCCESS is necessary; and at Oxy Athletics our goal is to help you "BREATHE" SUCCESS. Whoever you are, whatever sport you play, whatever health issue you have, our goal is to make you the most successful individual you can possibly be.
At Oxy Athletics there are no limits!
No limits to your success!
No limits to how great your body can look!
No limits to what you can do!
At Oxy Athletics you are guaranteed to receive exceptional training that will best fit your needs. With our state of the art equipment we are designed to help any athlete, from any sport perform to the best of their ability; and all individual will receive the best personal training to meet their targeted goal. Whether you are trying to loose weight, tone up, build strength, endurance, develop your speed and agility; we have all the necessary tools for each individual here at Oxy Athletics. Our entire team is dedicated to making your fitness experience the best yet an exceptional one.
About O'Neil and Shavine
                         O'Neil Wright                         
ceo and founder
​​Shavine Hodges
Executive assistant
Looming from St. Catherine, Jamaica, O’Neil Wright is not only gifted as an athlete but also as a coach. What he has achieved in athletics and coaching is exceptional to the rest. Wright, a former scholar athlete at the University of Alabama is a 2-Time NCAA D1 All-American. Upon graduating university with his Bachelor of Science in Finance, Wright went on to further his track career and represented Liberia at the 2005 World Championships in Helsinki, Finland, and the 2008 Olympics in Beijing, China, during which he coached himself for a period of time. It was then Wright discovered his talents and abilities as a coach. Wright is now a certified coach.
Prior to being the founder and CEO of Oxy Athletics, Wright served as an assistant track & field coach at Campbell University in North Carolina, from September 2012 until January 2015. While at Campbell, Wright was an invaluable asset to the school’s track & field program. During his time at the University school records were broken in every track & field event, multiple athletes earned All-Conference awards and were All-Region Qualifiers.
Wright also served as an assistant track & field coach at Winston-Salem State University in North Carolina, from June 2010 to May 2012. During his time coaching he was also an Academic Advisor for the University. While at Winston-Salem, he led the Rams to 30 individual All-Conference finishes, four CIAA Team Championships, eight individual conference champions, 40 NCAA qualifiers, seven All-Americans, and new school records in sprints, hurdles, and jumping events.
Wright was also an assistant coach for the track & field program at Augsburg College in Minneapolis, MN from August 2008 to June 2010. During his time at Augsburg, he drove the Eagles to 12 All-Conference finishes, three conference champions, eight NCAA qualifiers, and three school records.
While at Augsburg, he was also the assistant boys & girls track & field coach at Maple Grove Senior High School. During his tenure, he guided the team boys to the Championships in 2009. He also helped the teams to produce three state qualifiers and five conference champions while setting eight school records.
Wright was also a volunteer assistant track & field coach at the University of Alabama from Spring 2004 through Fall 2008.
With his passion for coaching, he is on a mission to help individuals on their path to success. Wright is now an elite coach where he trains multiple athletes to signed contracts, endorsement deals, World Championships and the Olympic Games.
His vision for the Oxy Athletics movement is to help as much individuals as possible “breathe success.”
H ailing from Montego Bay, Jamaica Shavine Hodges a former student of Mt. Alvernia High School began her track career as early as 11 years old, when she first started High School in Jamaica. During her time in High School, she set records as well as represented Jamaica at the Carifta Games where she won gold and the IAAF World Youth Championships where she won a silver medal. As she continued to run during High School, her talents continued to develop. Due to her success both in academics and track & field, she was awarded a full athletic scholarship to study at Grand Canyon University in Phoenix, Arizona.
While at Grand Canyon University she was named 16-Times All-American, 6-Times Academic All-American, 2012 NCAA Indoor Track Woman of the year, she also gained High Point Awards, Multiple Times Athlete of the week and Conference Championships Athlete of the year. In addition to these illustrious achievements, Hodges now holds Grand Canyon University's 55m, 60m, 100m, 200m, 4x100m and 4x400m school records, while gaining her Bachelor’s Degree in Biology and Master’s Degree in Addition Counseling.
Hodges is now a professional athlete who trains with elite coach O’Neil Wright (founder of Oxy Athletics). Her vision “Sprinting into Greatness” serves not only as the fuel that drives her to her lifelong dream of becoming the next 100m and 200m world record holder but it also serves as the backbone of what Oxy Athletics is about. She has already achieved greatness at many levels and will implement everything that she has accomplished at Oxy Athletics.