Overcome Breathlessness & Fatigue With Better Breathing
To increase strength and efficiency, all muscles require training – including the ones for breathing. PowerLung works just like strength training to build strength and efficiency for your breathing.
Think of PowerLung like weight training. Weight training works through a process known as progressive threshold resistance. PowerLung provides resistance for both inhale and exhale to strengthen the muscles that control breathing. With independent controls for both inhale and exhale, you control the resistance levels and progress as you improve.
According to independent research studies, better breathing results in improved performance, reduced fatigue, and increased endurance. These improvements are important for exercise and fitness as well as music and performing arts. Improve performance, reduce fatigue, increase endurance, and breathe better with PowerLung.
A guide for picking the right PowerLung model to meet your goals.
Selecting a PowerLung sports and fitness model should be based on your current level health and activity. The best way to do that is to start with the model of PowerLung that offers resistance levels you will be able to use now and adjust as you improve.
If you start with a model that has a higher level of resistance than you are capable of using you may not receive the full befit of your PowerLung because the exercise may be too difficult and you may be discouraged.
Pick the model that best represents your current level of activity and breathing ability so you can use the PowerLung to help you achieve the goal you have set for yourself. Most PowerLung users find they stay with the model they start with because of the flexibility in the range of resistance. If you use PowerLung regularly and improve you will not have to purchase a new PowerLung, you can use a PowerLung Resistance Cell Set (RCS) to advance to the next resistance range model. Each model allows adaptation of PowerLung training for your continued growth within your activity or training program the lifestyle for which the model is intended.