Scientifically Proven Breathing Training Device

Improves breathing strength & stamina, reducing fatigue.

Scientifically Proven Breathing Training Device

Improves breathing strength which reduces with age.

Scientifically Proven Breathing Training Device

Improves breathing strength & stamina & accelerates recovery.

Scientifically Proven Breathing Training Device

Improves breathing & quality of life in people with major debilitating conditions.

Scientifically Proven Breathing Training Device

Improves breathing strength & stamina, reducing fatigue.

Scientifically Proven Breathing Training Device

Improves breathing strength & stamina & accelerates recovery.

Scientifically Proven Breathing Training Device

Improves breathing strength & stamina, reducing fatigue.

Scientifically Proven Breathing Training Device

Improves breathing strength & stamina & accelerates recovery.

Scientifically Proven Breathing Training Device

Improves breathing strength & stamina & accelerates recovery.

How It Works

How It Works

Breathe IN through the device against the scientifically calibrated resistance for 30 breaths, twice a day, increasing the resistance as your breathing gets stronger.

Alternatively, incorporate it as part of your training plan, either as a warm-up, cool-down, or training station between workouts.

There's a POWERbreathe for everyone.

We have a POWERbreathe device to suit all budgets and breathing training requirements.

Lifestyle and Medical Benefits
Improvement in asthma symptoms (up to 75%)
Improvement in laboured breathing by 36% & quality of life by 21%
Improves breathing strength and stamina and reduces breathing fatigue in medial conditions where difficult or laboured breathing is present
Drug-free and scientifically proven to reduce shortness of breath
Reduces shortness of breath, restores breathing power and is quick and easy to use
Prevents breathing fatigue to sustain forceful breathing & inflates the lungs for deeper breaths
Increases breathing strength and stamina to improve your performance
Enhances the ability to inflate the lungs, control the breath and sustain forceful breathing
Reduces breathing effort in those faced with physically demanding occupational situations where breathing demand is raised
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Sports, Fitness and Training Benefits
Accelerated recovery during repeated sprints by up to 7%

 Improved inspiratory muscle endurance by 27.8%

 Improved inspiratory muscle strength by 31.2%

Improved rowing time trial performance by up to 2.2%, equivalent to slashing 60m in a 2km race

 POWERbreathe warm-up significantly improves rowing performance and reduces breathlessness in competitive rowers

 Increased strength of inspiratory muscles by 30 – 50%

Increased swimming performance by up to 3.5%

 Improves 100 & 200 m swimming performance

Improved cycling time trial performance by 4.6% - equivalent to slashing 3-minutes off a 40k time trial

 Enabled participants to cycle for 33% longer and with lower sense of effort

Accelerated recovery during repeated sprints by up to 7%

 Improved inspiratory muscle strength by 31.2%

 Improved inspiratory muscle endurance by 27.8%

Accelerated recovery during repeated sprints by up to 7%

 Improved inspiratory muscle strength by 31.2%

 Improved inspiratory muscle endurance by 27.8%

Accelerated recovery during repeated sprints by up to 7%

 Improved inspiratory muscle strength by 31.2%

 Improved inspiratory muscle endurance by 27.8%

Reduces perceived exertion, Improved inspiratory muscle strength by 31.2%

 Improved inspiratory muscle endurance by 27.8%

Attenuates the increase in effort associated with ascent to high altitude

 Attenuates the impairment of inspiratory muscle strength induced by ascent to high altitude

 Reduces breathing requirement of exercise in simulated altitude by 25%

A study examined the influence of inspiratory muscle training upon respiratory function and repetitive propulsive sprint performance in wheelchair basketball players. Reported experiences of using POWERbreathe suggested ‘less breathlessness’ and ‘less tightness in the chest during the training.‘ (E Foden, V L Goosey-Tolfrey 2008)

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