About Us

Training Mask Oceania has a genuine passion for promoting health and wellbeing, along with encouraging a healthy lifestyle through providing tools that are easily accessible to the masses.

our quest

To provide a positive and user-friendly customer experience for the Training Mask Oceania community, helping professional athletes and weekend warriors alike to create a lasting connection of the mind and body by providing tools to support the development of stronger breathing technique.

who inspires us?

Stig Åvall Severinsen* - 4X Freediving World Champion and author of Breatheology. Why? Stig advocates the use of breathing technique and consciousness exercises to improve physical and mental performance, and quality of life. So do we. One of the most common (and often unexpected) benefits noted by Training Mask users is how it introduces breathing control, and thereby 'correct' breathing.

Our team of super-heros - (in alphabetical order) Adriel 'Bacon' Young, Belinda Granger, Melina Yung and Pete Jacobs.

You - because you're prepared to stand out from the crowd, you're not afraid of what others might think or say about your weird head gear. Because you want to race better, train harder, feel stronger, be tougher, fight longer, stay brighter, run further, move faster, jump higher, breathe deeper and think clearer.

* Stig Severinsen has no affiliation with Training Mask but here's a link to the Breatheology website if you're interested

what is training mask?

A walk-through for new users covering the components of your Training Mask, how they all work together, and how to acclimatise to the Mask (with example warm-up exercises).

why I use training mask

Pete Jacobs
Helps take the focus off my major muscles as I work on my breathing control
— Pete Jacobs

In 2012 Australian Triathlete Pete Jacobs achieved his 10 year dream of winning the Ironman World Championships in Hawaii. His 'less is more' approach had also helped him place 2nd in 2011 and gave him the 3rd fastest marathon in the races history in 2010, at 2:41:05.

View Pete Jacobs's profile