Make Every Breath Count!

Make Every Breath Count!

Lung Trainers or lung capacity exercise machine provide lung training exercises for musicians to develop diaphragmatic breathing techniques for optimal musical performance. Tested in wind musicians and singers, from beginners to advanced, you will notice the difference in your breathing.

Notable Individuals & Organizations


  • High Schools & Middle Schools

    Académie les Estacades
    Boca Prep International School
    Coral Reef High School
    Dreyfoos School of the Arts
    East Central ISD
    Kokomo High School
    MacArthur High School Choir
    Notre Dame College Prep
    Orangeburg-Wilkinson High School
    Pinecrest Elementary School
    Ransom Everglades School
    SE Polk Schools
    St. Thomas Aquinas High School

  • Universities & Colleges

    Florida International University
    Harvard University Band
    Nicholls State University
    North Carolina State University
    Ohio Northern University
    Oklahoma City University
    Sam Houston State University
    Texas Tech University
    University of Florida
    University of Georgia
    University of Miami
    University of Oklahoma

  • Notable Individuals & Organizations

    531st Air Force Band
    Arturo Sandoval
    Cassandra Vocal Arts Academy
    Cuchetti School of Music
    Deon Bush, Chicago Bears
    Dr. Eddy del Rio
    Integrity Martial Arts
    Kendall Conservatory of Music
    Luis Fonsi
    New York Speech and Hearing
    Phoenix Music
    R Street Studio


What are the benefits?

The LungTrainer utilizes a system of changing air pressure and air volume, allowing the user to vary the combinations as they develop their breathing capacity.

Is it secure to use by multiple users?

The LungTrainer's air tube has been specifically designed to protect users from transmitting bacteria. Special antibacterial and antimicrobial properties inhibit bacterial growth.

Are there discounts for schools and students?

LungTrainers is committed to providing these elite devices to schools and students at an affordable price. Call or email for special pricing.

How do I clean my LungTrainer?

It is very important to keep the chamber and the inserts free from ANY foreign particles. A soft cloth can be used on both. Do not use a brush in the air tube, as you will interfere with the antibacterial properties. The solid copper mouthpiece and air regulator can be cleaned as needed with any copper metal cleaner, which will make them look new forever.

Where can I test the potential of the device?

LungTrainers can be found in music stores and designated dealers throughout the United States. LungTrainers representatives can also be found at conferences focusing on breathing techniques. Follow us on your favorite social media such as Facebook or Instagram to find the nearest dealer or conference in your area.