The Breath Belt
The Breath Belt
The Breath Belt is a diaphragmatic training tool that helps join the abdominals, psoas, glutes, QL, and lats. It is an excellent tool to help achieve quick improvements in any hip hinge movement.
At RPR, we have found The Breath Belt to be very beneficial as a reinforcement of the proper movement pattern established by the wake up drills.
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FOR INTERNATIONAL ORDERS:
Shipping is calculated by The Breath Belt directly and generally costs about USD$36.
Select “Rest Of World” shipping at checkout (the $10 you pay here will be credited towards the actual shipping cost).
You will receive an email from The Breath Belt with a shipping quote that you will pay directly to The Breath Belt (probably about $25).
Developed by NFL Player, Jesse Ohliger, the BREATH BELT was created to solve a 10 year bout with chronic hip and low back pain. Several unsuccessful rehabilitations and surgery consultations later with the "best" NFL and NCAA clinicians, Jesse was driven to find what was holding back his progress. This lead the relentless mission to help himself and countless other NFL and NCAA players with similar issues. Drawing from numerous modalities including unconventional movement, yoga, classical pilates, anatomy and breath work, the best Injury Prevention tool for anyone with a pair of hips was conceived.
After a year of consultations with an array of Doctors, Rehabilitation Specialists and Strength and Conditioning coaches, it became clear that all modalities were missing something to connect breath mechanics to optimal hip function - as they are tied systems. It became evident that a tool was needed help alleviate fascial restriction against gravity of the prime lumbar stabilizers, the PSOAS and QL.
The Breath Belt is currently helping thousands of clients as well as numerous college and professional sports teams in corrective movement, rehab and Strength & Conditioning. It is widely used to help any coach or client quickly learn and feel the link between diaphragmatic breath mechanics and hip mobility - as they are tied systems.