Respiratory Muscle Training (RMT), or simply breath training, is a method used by professionals across healthcare, physiotherapy, and elite sports to strengthen the lungs and breathing system.
- Adjustable Resistance: Our breathing exercise device features multi -level resistance dial, the higher the level setting, the higher the resistance. Find the level of resistance that suits your training and adjust it accordingly, we suggest to start your exercise from level 1 of the trainer, then increase the level gradually.
Increase Lung Capacity and Tone Your Abs: Practice 5-10 minutes each time, and repeat up to 2-3 times a day. Our breathing trainer will increased your lung capacity and performance by strengthening your respiratory muscles and abs.
Portable Lung Exerciser Trainer: Small size and lightweight, you can start your deep lung breathing training wherever you are.
Package include: One adjustable resistance dial and two mouthpiece. Durable and high quality silicone breather which is a good selection for your expiratory inspiratory muscle training.
Suitable for: Any adults or kids who need to exercise their inspiratory & expiratory muscles.
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Strengthen your breathing muscles to improve your aerobic capacity, endurance and delay the onset of fatigue.
Increase your accessible lung capacity, allowing you to reduce your breathing rate and preserve energy
Increased anaerobic threshold means you can perform at your highest power outputs for longer periods of time.
Boost Your Recovery
Improve your muscle oxygenation and speed up recovery while improving relaxation at the same time.
Deep breathing makes you feel more relaxed and calm by stimulating your vagus nerve, slowing your heart rate and easing your blood pressure.
Breathing training is an effective way of strengthening the respiratory and immune systems for better overall health.
REDUCE STRESS LEVELS
A calm mind is a calm body. Controlled breathing helps you deal with the “fight or flight” mode, so you can “rest and digest” and feel less stressed.
Well-trained breathing muscles are flexible and adaptive easing more air into the lungs as your airway inflammation and muscle tension lessens.
Chronic patients can postpone premature aging of the lungs by rebuilding the strength they lost to age and disease.
Working less for each mouthful of air helps you fight the tiredness, and lack of energy that challenges people with respiratory difficulties.