How To Use & Disclaimers

How do I use the Yeti Pro Breathing Trainer?

Step 1: Prepare your trainer

Before you start, ensure your air resistance trainer is clean. Insert the mouthpiece into your mouth with the engraved word "top" at the base facing up. Secure it by biting down on the inner sides.

Step 2: Proper breathing technique

Stand or sit comfortably with good posture, or integrate it into your workout. Adjust the resistance for a challenging yet comfortable level. Inhale deeply through the mouthpiece until you can't, then exhale until nearly breathless. Focus on filling your lungs. This engages your inspiratory muscles.

Step 3: Controlled Exhalation

Remove the unit, breathe normally until you catch your breath. Repeat this exercise 10 times for one set. Aim for 2 to 4 sets per day, preferably before meals.

WARNING: Breathing should be challenging but not uncomfortable. If you experience dizziness, headache, or breathlessness, reduce the resistance. Always err on the side of caution.


-Immediately cease use if any physical discomfort arises.

-If you have a cold, sinusitis, or respiratory infection, refrain from using the Yeti Pro until symptoms subside.

-To prevent the potential transmission of infections, avoid sharing your Yeti Pro with others, even family members.

-Do not use the Yeti Pro Breathing Trainer if you have:

  • Spontaneous pneumothorax (a collapsed lung that was not due to traumatic injury e.g. broken rib)
  • A collapsed lung due to a traumatic injury that has not healed fully
  • A burst eardrum that has not healed fully, or any eardrum condition
  • Severe and frequent asthma exacerbations

-Consult your doctor before use if you have respiratory, heart, or blood pressure conditions.

-Do not use while driving.

-Limit use to no more than 60 minutes per day.

Please note that all content and resources from Venegade are informational and not medical advice. They do not replace professional medical treatment or first aid training. Consult a healthcare provider for health issues.