What Dr. Martin Denbar and his team have been able to accomplish with their research and practice is astounding. They have introduced certain types of exercises that call for you to hold your breath while walking, jogging and sometimes running. Like running wasn’t hard enough already. Essentially, they’ve figured out a way to improve your oxygen carrying capacity and deliver more oxygen to your organs and muscles. Another goal is to train the body to reduce lactic acid build up, thereby delaying the onset of fatigue. See Full Blog: http://GoIrishRunners.com/

Patrick Feeney, Jade Barber, Chris Giesting. USA Track and Field

I really enjoyed all of the sessions I have had with Dr. Martin Denbar, and wish I would have met him earlier in my athletic career. I play football in the NFL and my bolt score was 13. Three weeks later I’m at 30 and improving thanks to you. I play wide receiver so I am running a lot and it’s gotten so easy. Your book was an eye opener to me and I am in better shape for another opportunity because I’m so much better at the simple act of breathing.

The work that both Dr. Martin Denbar and Ms. Natalie Berg did for my Myofunctional Therapy was very much appreciated. After first speaking with Dr. Denbar it was obvious that I had been very tongue tied since I was an infant. After working with Dr. Denbar, I understand how much this can affect not only my performance on the field, my quality of life and livelihood.

After getting the tongue procedure Dr. Denbar had me scheduled for the next several weeks on how to make sure it properly healed. After the surgery my tongue felt twice the size, with very little control of that new huge thing in my mouth.

Natalie was and is very professional and very knowledgeable about all things to do with the muscles of the face, tongue and beyond. I really liked learning from Natalie every week. The exercises she gave me weekly helped me get control of my tongue, which had a big downstream effect on my physical performance, especially in recovery. My tongue now rests in the proper position and now is getting better and better at doing the job it’s supposed to, which it hasn’t since I was an infant. And most of all Natalie was patient with my progress and the competitiveness that sometimes I couldn’t control. (Or my tongue that I couldn’t control.)

Dr. Denbar was very helpful along the way with my Myofunctional therapy as well. He suggested I tape my mouth shut at night, which I thought, and other people still think is crazy. But each night I sleep deeper and wake up more refreshed than ever. It is also the first time since college that I wake up without pain and numbness in my feet. And I contribute that 100% to the tape over my mouth and the Myofunctional therapy.

I believe the Myofunctional therapy helped me further my athletic abilities, especially in the aerobic capacity and in my recovery, which the more I learn is just as important as the training itself. I now see my competition in the light of breathing. If I constantly see them with their mouths open breathing, I know what is going on internally with them, and even if I don’t win right away in the first quarter I know by the fourth quarter I’m going to beat the brakes off of them.

Thanks guys for all your help! I’m very grateful for all your work! I pray for continued success for all of us!

Jay Wisner Auburn Grad – NFL Free Agent Romans 8:28

As a top level soccer player I have always had to be in top condition in order to compete and outperform my competitors.  When it came to endurance I was always one of the most fit players, but I never knew I could become more fit just by learning to breathe correctly.  Thanks to Dr. Martin Denbar and his team, I have seen a transformation not only in my training and performance, but in my overall well-being.  The results from learning to breathe correctly will only continue to make me a better player!

Allie Wisner, University of Utah ’13, Four Time PAC 12 All-Academic Team and National Women’s Soccer League Professional Player

At the age of 55, one of my joys in life is training for and competing in sprint triathlons. Becoming efficient with available time is crucial for me to be able to compete well, maintain a full time practice and still spend quality time with my wife and children. This year I discovered High Performance Breathing Technology and implemented its breathing techniques while swimming, biking and running. It taught me how to be more effective in my breathing and I soon noticed that during routine workouts I was very familiar with, I was breathing easier and noticeably less fatigued. The benefits of my new breathing became very apparent to me during my last triathlon, which I have competed in three times, when I reduced my 750m swim time by 2 minutes (as compared to my previous best) and subsequently won the Master’s Division which is comprised of those over 40. Additionally, I even came in 3rd overall.

This program has been a remarkable tool to improve my training and my everyday well-being.

J. Michael Adame DDS, Diplomate, American Board of Dental Sleep Medicine