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more power to your lungs Breathing seems so natural – in fact most of the time we don’t even think about it. This changes, however, as soon as we apply some effort in our cycling and get out of breath. Normal training does get you fitter and traditional cardio-vascular training will improve lung capacity but…

Freediver Magazine,

Issue No. 12 Sometimes in life you need to read between the lines or gather up all the throwaway comments and see what you end up with. So it is with respiratory muscle training (RMT) devices and freediving. Of the three units reviewed here only the PowerLung is both an inspiratory and expiratory trainer –…

real runner

“Train Your Lungs” Review by Tom Rogers Whether we’re training for an event or just running to get and stay fit, how many of us worry about the development of our lung muscles – probably not many of us! Of more concern to most runners is how their legs are holding up and are the…

Hawaii Skin Diver Magazine

PowerLung is quickly becoming the favorite training equipment addition for Freedivers and Diving Trainers. Since its introduction last year, the device has been recognized for its simplicity and ease of use with results felt in as little as 30 breaths per day by following the standard workout program. Breathing resistance training has long been a…

California Diving News

PowerLung is an indispensable piece of equipment for every athlete’s progressive training gear collection. This could be an invaluable item of gear for the avid free-diver or scuba diver wishing to improves their breathing performance. Scientific research shows that the muscles used in breathing are trainable and that healthy individuals benefit from the training. Studies…

Spearfishing Magazine

POWERLUNG is now an indispensable piece of equipment for every athlete’s collection of training gear. This is an invaluable item for any free-diver or scuba diver trying to improve their breathing performance, and every person seeking better fitness or just wanting to breath easier. This includes runners, bicyclists, triathletes and any aerobic sports participant. The…

Popular Science

ALTHOUGH aerobic exercise works out your lungs, it doesn’t isolate and strengthen the lung muscles as the PowerLung does. Unlike other exercisers, the device provides resistance upon inhalation and exhalation. Breathing through the PowerLung increases lung strength and capacity, which translates into increased oxygen uptake and reduced windedness. You can use the device as part…

Senior Softball News

Out of breath by the time you reach second base? PowerLung may be the answer. “PowerLung is for respiratory muscle training – the muscles you use to breathe,” said Carolyn Morse, a PowerLung representative. “In softball, you need those muscles in tune for base running. You can see a 30 percent improvement in lung muscles,”…

IDEA

PowerLung is a handheld, inhalant-free resistance training device designed to maximize breathing performance. Featuring adjustable controls, this product trains the muscles used for inhalation and exhalation. The PowerLung 2/30 program (30 breaths twice a day) provides specific, isolated training for these muscles.