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How to Breath Underwater
The Powerbreather snorkel simplifies underwater breathing
They tell you to “just breathe” during big life moments, anxiety attacks and every five minutes during yoga class.
But sometimes, the seemingly simple act of filling your lungs can be a lot harder than you think … especially underwater!
Since growing a decent set of gills is still biologically impossible, the Powerbreather is aiding the Ryan Lotche’s of the world (and the casual swimmer) to make air inhalation simpler while submerged.
The first symmetrical, soft-fitting snorkel wearable on your head, the Powerbreather's two check valves prevent water penetration, allowing swimmers to breathe freely at any time. (Meaning, if you strapped Michael Phelps in one he’d win another 9,000 gold medals.)
And this gear is elastic enough that you won’t change your rhythm to accommodate its bulk, eliminating imbalanced strokes. All this allows for total devotion to technique without the distraction of, you know, having to come up and breathe.
Disclaimer: just because you can breathe underwater doesn’t mean you can talk to dolphins.
Powerbreather; Price TBD