- Regulates air intake and improves muscle oxygen efficiency during exercise
- Strengthens your lungs and breathing muscles in your upper abs
- Amazing results with 30 reps (four minutes) a day
- Designed to fit in an easy to pack portable kit
Designed by Bas himself to increase inspiratory (inhalation) muscle endurance, the O2 Trainer is a lightweight device that regulates air intake and improves muscle oxygen efficiency during exercise.
The O2 trainer restricts air intake to strengthen your abdominal muscles and regulates your breathing form - training your body to properly take in deeper breaths and more oxygen.
The ability to intake more oxygen and breathe properly leads to improved body composition and supports a healthy circulatory system.
Change resistance levels by using one of the 14 included air intake caps. As your endurance increases, change out the intake cap to reduce airflow and increase resistance. As your air intake decrease your body will build muscle strength while learning proper form for deeper breaths.
Follow along with Bas as he leads you through a simple breathing exercise with your O2 trainer to build stronger lungs and increase your oxygen intake - all it takes is 30 reps and less than 3 minutes a day!
Whether you’re a serious athlete, singing opera, playing an instrument, scuba diving or just suffering from asthma, the O2 trainer will train your lungs and body to perform at high levels with less oxygen, and teach you how to maximize every breathe.
Engineered to increase inhalation muscle endurance, stamina and overall performance, the O2 Trainer is lightweight and designed to be used while performing nearly any exercise or activity.
The health benefits are vast including rapid fatigue recovery, heightened concentration and alertness, and calming effects for the entire nervous system.
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I have been using the O2 trainer for several weeks. I use it a bit differently then instructed, I do more then 30 breaths per day. I walk on a treadmill after every workout (heavy weights) for 30min. I us the O2 training for 60 seconds and rest for 60 seconds. In other words while on the treadmill for 30min, every other minute I am using the O2 trainer for 60 seconds totaling to 15 reps, equaling 15min. I'm at a level 9 for the first 15min and level 10 for the last 15min of my treadmill time. I do noticed a big difference BUT I can't equated it to a spot yet. I have been out of mma practice for about a years due to a knee injury. BUT I really want to find out just how much better my lungs are in a sporting situation!