Improve Athletic Performance with PowerBreather Wave

Improve Athletic Performance with PowerBreather Wave

Improve Athletic Performance with PowerBreather Wave

Athletes are the perfect early adopters of technology as they embrace new methods of improving their performance. We’ve seen action cameras such as GoPro take off as a way of capturing high stake moments. There are also many wearables on the market such as FitBit and heart rate monitors that help measure key performance indicators through sensors and chips. However, naturally, the best technology will actually improve performance rather than measure or capture standard performances. The Powerbreather wave is a device that helps swimmers breathe in the water – whether you are swimming in a pool, in open water, or competing in triathlons or as a diver. The device helps supply the swimmer with more oxygen with snorkel-like technology but with a more advanced design adjusted to the shape of your head.  The fresh air system breathes in and out through two separate channels to help swimmers breathe naturally.

 

CitizenTekk Giveaways is offering the AMEO Powerbreather to one lucky winner this week. This product has been awarded the ISPO Brand New award, Red DOT Design Award and partners with the German National Swim Team as well as the German National Triathalon Team. Athletes such as Jan Frodeno, an Olympic and Ironman Champion, and Thomas Lurz, World Champion, use the AMEO Powerbreather. It’s also suitable for casual swimmers and snorklers.

Beth Kindig
Beth Kindig writes the "This Week in Tech News" column covering the most essential headlines of the week in abbreviated form. Her readers are busy professionals and casual tech enthusiasts who want to effortlessly stay on top of the latest news. Follow her on Twitter @Beth_Kindig

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