Become Stronger With Every Breath!

The BREATH BELT is a diaphragmatic breath training tool that activates the gluteal muscles. The non stop, tactile diaphragmatic breath cues alleviate muscles and fascial restriction of the abdominal muscles, allows the Psoas and Quadratus Lumborum Muscles to function with less restriction.

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A strong core is a critical component to a healthy body. Whether your’e a professional athlete or a desk jockey, an integrated core corrects hip imbalances, reduces back pain and makes you more resilient to injury.

The Breath Belt is a unique training tool that immediately enhances diaphragmatic breathing that has real world benefits for people in all walks of life.

Lightweight and breathable, the belt has double enclosures which create compression around the abdominal area.

It also has 10 cross stabilisers that produce a high level of support and compression… but without the uncomfortable stiffness of a rigid traditional weightlifting belt.

This pliability is what makes The BREATH BELT so unique and so very different to anything else on the market today.

It’s compressive but flexible so you instinctively breathe into it diaphragmatically, the belt responds by expanding and restricting in sync with your breath. This is why it’s so useful for providing tactile breathing cues.

When we are born we naturally breath diaphragmatically, but our modern lifestyle have made us shallow breathers.

Shallow breathing limits the diaphragm’s range of motion where the lower portion of the lungs fails to receive enough oxygenated air.

This can make you feel short of breath and even anxious. Deep diaphragmatic breathing encourages full oxygen exchange which is the trade between incoming oxygen and outgoing carbon dioxide.

The Breath Belt helps restore this natural form of breathing and will actually assist you to re-integrate diaphragmatic breathing on a subconscious level, even during times when you’re not wearing it.


The BREATH BELT has three pockets for you to add additional external resistance such as myofascial balls, lacrosse balls, tennis balls or even rolled up socks – depending on the level of firmness you would like.

Two of these pockets are located on each side of the front-center, where the the psoas is situated. Due to the sedentary lifestyle many of us now live, this can provide a nice targeted release for tight hip flexors/psoas.

In addition, there is also a wider section that can be found in the back where you can insert a ball or something larger like a hip circle to create broader resistance. If you suffer from QL issue, this area can significantly benefit you.


Jesse Ohliger, an NFL Player developed The BREATH BELT to help with a 10 year struggle with low back and chronic hip pain. After numerous unsuccessful surgery and rehabilitations with the very best NFL and NCAA clinicians, Jesse was determined to find the solution.

This drove him on a mission to solve this challenge that he and so many other NFL and NCAA players were suffering with.

Drawing from past experiences with other modalities including yoga, anatomy and breath work, unconventional movement, anatomy and breath work, the best injury prevention tool for anyone participating in exercise was born.

The BREATH BELT is helping thousands of people from all over the World in rehab, strength & conditioning and corrective movement.

It will quickly help you to discover the link between diaphragmatic breath mechanics and hip mobility, as the systems are tied.


How-to Put on the Breath Belt


Yes, once you ‘add to cart’ you’ll be taken to the shopping cart page. Insert your shipping address and you’ll be given an exact quote.

Your belt does not come with a ball included, BREATHE BELT recommends myofascial balls, lacrosse balls, tennis balls or even rolled up socks – depending on the level of firmness you would like. Any of those items will work just fine.

The belt should comfortably fit a person with a 40 waist.
Certainly, I have clients with a 24 inch waist use it just fine – you just need to tighten it up bit.
A hand wash in warm water with liquid detergent is best.
Yes – in theory, but it would likely be uncomfortable.
Yes, sure – and it certainly will not fail. However it won’t provide the same level of stiffness that a traditional leather weightlifting belt offers.