Vital Lung Capacity
By training the flexibility of your diaphragm, you can increase your vital lung capacity. This means you can inhale more oxygen into your lungs with one breath.
Just like any other muscle group, working on your breathing muscles makes them stronger, faster and more efficient, lowering energy consumption.
Getting your muscles used to perform in an oxygenless environment ensures prolonged ability to perform at high intensities for longer periods.
Improve your oxygenation, blood circulation, and mental concentration to put your body in the right state of tension physically and mentally right before the moments that matter the most.
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Increased usable lung volume by training the diaphragm means larger amounts of oxygen in one inhale.
Enhanced respiratory power increases the amount of oxygen inhaled, lowering your energy consumption.
Boosted resistance towards lactate ensures prolonged ability to perform at high intensities for longer periods.
Escalated oxygenation, blood circulation, and mental concentration through tested breathing patterns.