So 12 weeks have come to an end, and wow, what a change has occurred.
When I started this trial I was an athlete and an asthma sufferer. Now, quite simply, I'm an athlete. You think I exaggerate? No I don't!
I stopped needing the inhaler in about week 3 or 4. I carried around with me for a further 3-4 weeks 'just in case'. In fact, my coach was quite concerned when I first stopped carrying it.
I usually needed it when I was doing intense training. I have an inhaler I got from the doctor, that is still in the box. One prescription charge wasted I think! In fact the doctor recently refused to give me a flu jab because i 'no longer seemed to have asthma'.
This was exactly why I wanted to do this trial. Could the powerbreathe cure asthma? It was a physical limiter for me, putting a cap on what might be possible in intense training sessions due to the restriction.
I look forward to finding out the new extent of the limitless possibilities because I will not need that any more!!
Does powerbreathe work? YES!
Did I think it would when I started? No, I was not completely convinced!
Would I recommend it to other asthma sufferers? OH YES!!
The theory behind this product and how it works is very logical, why would you NOT try it?
GB Age group triathlete