You are probably asking yourself, what is High Performance Breathing Technology, LLC (HPBT)? Is it hype? Is it a flash in the pan, “soon to end” popular technique? The answer is rather simple, it isn’t either. For the first time ever, an athlete can now train at sea level while getting the advantages of high altitude training and fully take advantage of the process through proper breathing technique.
In 2014, I developed the concept of HPBT after observing all the athletes on the sideline mouth breathing due to running out of gas during the American collegiate holiday bowl games. With my knowledge from 22 years of treating sleep apnea and my association with Patrick McKeown M.A (TCD) FRSB, author of the Oxygen Advantage, I formulated HPBT, simulated high altitude training with the ability to breathe properly to maximize your performance. There are no gimmicks, only scientifically studied techniques that have been replicated during competition.
Our technique provides for year round improvement in EPO (erythropoietin) production and VO2 Max. (maximal oxygen uptake), not just for the short time you come off the mountain. It also has lasting benefits for quality of life issues by correcting improper breathing and swallowing patterns if present. This drug free protocol allows you to train at any locale and maintain your edge year round. Whether you are an elite athlete, working to become one or just someone who wants to get in shape and stay fit, you will develop quantifiably improved stamina and endurance that will allow you to concentrate on your workout and/or competition, endure fewer injuries from fatigue, improve muscle balance and naturally acquire the life-long benefit of learning to breathe properly.
HPBT is also the unique game changer using science for those competitive athletes wanting a safe, drug free protocol that levels the playing field when competing against any competitor. By training smarter with our comprehensive science based approach, your results will be synergistic in nature and more enduring when that crucial burst is needed.