Join the Resistance Movement and Strengthen Your Breathing Muscles

“I use the Breather to train and strengthen my diaphragm” Roger (Breather®FIT with Manometer) Roger is retired from broadcasting, and he doesn’t want Parkinson’s to rob him of his voice. Resistance Training for the Breathing Muscles Skeletal muscles are reactors and...

Help Me Use the Breather®: Frequently asked questions

From time to time I am contacted by a customer, patient, or speech-language pathologist with questions about using the Breather®, respiratory muscle trainer (RMT) device. Recently, I heard from a customer who I’ll call Linda, who shared in an email that she has...

Safe Use of Your Respiratory Muscle Trainer During COVID Pandemic

I was contacted recently by a customer asking about safe practices for use of a respiratory muscle training device during the COVID 19 pandemic. Respiratory muscle training (RMT) devices are handheld devices used to strengthen the muscles of inhalation and exhalation....

Respiratory Muscle Training: building your patient’s gym

Skeletal muscles are reactors and adapters to stimuli that challenge them. That challenge can come in the form of free weight resistance, band resistance or learning a complex movement like throwing or running. The difference lies in what adaptations or responses...