The EMST150 can build respiratory strength, increase playing endurance, and reduce breathlessness for wind instrument musicians

Wind instrumentalists require a sophisticated functioning of their respiratory system. In addition, they place an incredible demand on their respiratory muscles, particularly their expiratory muscles. To be able to excel at playing a wind instrument, you must be able to have adequate power and control to effectively maintain the proper pressure and flow of air required by each type of wind instrument. The EMST150 was invented at the University of Florida and its first proven practical usage was by the wind instrument musicians of the University’s marching band nearly twenty years ago. The EMST150 has been shown to improve wind instrument musician’s expiratory pressure and balance through expiratory muscle strengthening.

Playing a wind instrument has been described as a breathing activity of the respiratory system. The EMST150 is the most clinically validated expiratory muscle trainer and has become the ‘turn-to’ solution for wind instrument users and band leaders managing wind instrument artists. The EMST150 can build respiratory strength, increase playing endurance, and reduce breathlessness for wind instrument musicians.

EMST150 Key Benefits for Wind Instrument Musicians

  • Significant Improvement in Expiratory Pressure
  • Improved Pressure Control
  • Enhanced Player Endurance
  • Reduced Breathlessness
  • Enhanced Breath Strength in as Little as Three to Four Weeks of Using the EMST150
  • Easy to Use, Drug-Free, No-Risk Solution to Achieving Musical Objectives

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Clinical Validation of the EMST150 use for Wind Instrument Artists

Study/Article: Expiratory Muscle Training Increases Pressure Support in High School Band Students