Oxypulse – Breathing Trainer


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If you’re struggling with poor stamina, lung build up, weak core or bad fatigue – our scientifically backed Oxypulse trainer is for you!

4 main breathing exercise for lungs portable breath fitness exerciser device endurance workout device with adjustable resistances to

4 reasons why you should use the Oxypulse Trainer.

  1. Enhanced Respiratory Fitness: Strengthens breathing muscles for better respiratory fitness.
  2. Increased Stamina and Endurance: Boosts lung capacity, reducing fatigue and improving stamina.
  3. Core Muscle Strengthening: Engages core muscles for improved tone and strength.
  4. Customizable Training: Tailor workouts to your fitness level with adjustable resistance.

How do I use it?

Step 1: Prepare Your Trainer

Before you begin, ensure that your air resistance trainer is clean. Insert the mouthpiece in your mouth with the engraved word “top” at the base of the mouthpiece facing up. Bite down the inner sides of the mouthpiece to hold it in place.

Step 2: Proper Breathing Technique

Stand or sit comfortably in an upright position maintaining good posture, or use as a part of your workout routine. Adjust the resistance level to your desired level of breathing resistance (make it challenging, but not uncomfortable). Inhale deeply through the mouthpiece until you can’t anymore, and then exhale through the mouthpiece until you’re almost out of breath. Focus on filling your lungs completely with air. This action engages your inspiratory muscles.

Step 3: Controlled Exhalation

Remove the unit from your mouth and breathe normally until you catch your breath. Then repeat the above exercise 10 times to complete one set. Do 2 to 4 sets per day, preferably before any meals.

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