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Breath Training

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As a woodwind or brasswind musician, you know all too well the importance of breath training. After all, its proper breathing technique paired with your embouchure that make playing your wind instrument a possibility in the first place. Just like any other muscles in the human body, your breathing muscles will become stronger and more powerful if you train them. Your breathing will improve naturally with practise of course, but if you want to speed up the process, a breath training aid offers the perfect way to help you become the best musician you can be.

A quick glance through these products and you'll see that if you're here to work on your lung capacity and breath control, you're in the right spot. If you want to play louder and longer, you're going to want to have the Breath Builder Isomeric Exerciser at your disposal. Both instrumentalists and vocalists find with just a few uses of this handy breathing tool, their air intake is more significant and they can use their breathing energy much more efficiently. Even the longest, most complicated musical scores will be no match for your lung capacity and control when you have this innovative breathing tool up your sleeve.

Designed to train the muscles you use to inhale and exhale, the PowerLung BreatheAir is a fully-adjustable breathing accessory that will greatly improve your breathing control. When used regularly, PowerLung BreatheAir tones, conditions and strengthens your breathing muscles, creates muscle memory for performance breathing and helps with breathing deeply and maintaining good form while playing. This is the tool to have if you find yourself struggling to catch your breath during warm-up, rehearsals or performances.

So what are you waiting for? Take a deep breath and dive right into this category of breath training accessories. A few short minutes once or twice a day with any one of these tools and you should see (and feel) an improvement in your breathing. When your breathing improves, and it will, your confidence in your ability to play and perform will grow and you'll be able to take your playing to a whole new level of artistry.