All articles tagged "breathing training"

POWERbreathe needs you!

As a POWERbreathe user, you’ll know that the scientifically proven training regimen of only 30 breaths, twice a day, was found to be the most beneficial. That’s simply breathing in through your POWERbreathe, 30 times after you’ve brushed your teeth in the morning, and 30 times before bed. Simple and effective. However, it seems to

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Czech triathlete “breathes a litre more” after training with POWERbreathe

More great news from our POWERbreathe friends in the Czech Republic, TruconneXion. Last week, on the biggest Czech triathlon website, young amateur triathlete, Lukáš Netík’s wrote about his positive experience of POWERbreathe training. Lukáš started POWERbreathe inspiratory muscle training in 2011 on his Level 2 Medium Resistance (MR) model. With regular training he gradually

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Czech Cyclocross Rider & POWERbreathe user wins World Cup Race

POWERbreathe in the Czech Republic, Truconnexion, are delighted to report that their POWERbreathe sponsored athlete, Cyclocross rider Martin Bina won the final World Cup race in Hoogerheide, Netherlands. It was Martin’s first world cup victory and second podium after his third place in 2008…and this after he had to take a two-year break because of

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World Ironman 70.3 Championships 2012 – Las Vegas, Nevada

Here is an excellent blog from one of our bloggers Melissa Brand. Beat your Best winner 2011, Melissa Brand has just finished the Marine Corps Ironman World Championship 70.3 in Las Vegas, Henderson Nevada, in just under a week. Melissa earned the right to participate in the championship when qualifying at an Ironman 70.3 event this

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Deep Breathing Exercises for Intercostal Muscles & the Diaphragm

Deep breathing exercises are often referred to as pranayama in yoga, an ancient system of holistic health. Regular practice of deep breathing exercises can help tone the intercostal muscles, a group of muscles that form the chest wall, and the diaphragm, a thin muscle located under the lungs. Deep Chest Breathing Deep chest breathing requires

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