Your respiratory system has two ways of responding to exercise stress – either increasing your respiratory rate (breaths per minute) or increasing your tidal volume (the amount you breath per breathe) – or both.
We will measure your lung capacity in order to establish your current volumes and ability to move air (baselines). We monitor your respiratory system during testing in order to determine how your respiratory system responds to exercise stress. We can determine if your breathing is efficient and effective. If we determine that your respiratory system is a limitation to your training and performance, we will design a training program focused on thoracic mobility (SFMA/FMS) and respiratory training (Spirotiger) specific to your sport.