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The POWERbreathe Classic and POWERbreathe Plus are ideal for those wishing to take the first step into breathing training.
The POWERbreathe Plus is the second generation of POWERbreathe Inspiratory Muscle Training (breathing training) products and therefore ideal for those moving on with their breathing training as well as for beginners.
The POWERbreathe Plus series has been created following research published since the creation of the POWERbreathe Classic series, as well as developments in technology that produced a new hi-tech design, optimised airflow performance, anti-bacterial qualities and other design developments.
The production of the POWERbreathe Plus series in 2006 was a result of over 17 years of research and development by professional Sports Scientists at Birmingham, Loughborough and Brunel Universities – the UK’s leading Human Performance Research Universities.
The POWERbreathe Plus series applies the principles of resistance training (pressure threshold training using a load calibrated spring) to strengthen the breathing muscles by making them work harder, in much the same way as you might use weights to increase the strength of your arm muscles.
The POWERbreathe Plus series features 10 manually adjustable training levels to allow for progressive training.
POWERbreathe Plus Featuresshow
- A new look and modern design update on the Classic
- 65% improvement in airflow dynamics than the Classic
- Available in 3 variable resistance levels
POWERbreathe Plus Special Editionsshow
The POWERbreathe Plus series now features special edition colours Pink and Black.
POWERbreathe Plus Load Selection Rangeshow
Load Setting Range: Level 1 - 10
Load (-cmH2O) @ 1l.sec-1
LR (Light Resistance/Wellness)
MR (Medium Resistance/Fitness)
HR (Heavy Resistance/Sports Performance)
Precise load settings may vary due to: (1) the analogue nature of the calibrated spring tensioner and the precision with which the load is selected; (2) a small effect of inspiratory flow rate upon spring compression such that high inspiratory flow rates lead to greater spring compression, and a small increase in load (Caine & McConnell, 20001). This effect is common to all spring loaded devices, and its size is magnified by increasing spring range (it is larger in a spring with a maximum range of 90cmH2O compared with one with half this range), it is also greater at lower absolute load settings (Caine & McConnell, 2000).
1 Caine MP & McConnell AK. (2000). Development and evaluation of a pressure threshold inspiratory muscle trainer for use in the context of sports performance. Journal of Sports Engineering 3, 149-159.