Introducing The

The Neuropeak Pro NTEL BELT is the first-of-its-kind, real-time TRAINING device and mobile app designed to help unlock peak performance through better, more intentional breathing.

We call it Precision Breathing.

“Being in the zone” for world-class athletes like Jordan Spieth, Bryson DeChambeau and 4 Time Pro Bowl Quarterback Kirk Cousins no longer happens by chance. They are training to get there, and so can you.

"It's the scientific way to help you get out of fight or flight and into the zone."

How It Works

The Neuropeak Pro NTEL BELT, mobile app for iOS and Android, and instructional video content work together to help train users to better manage stress, and to help achieve optimal performance under pressure, by changing the way they breathe.

Available in the Neuropeak Pro App:

  • Video instruction curated from Neuropeak Pro’s experience working with world-class athletes across the PGA Tour, LPGA, NFL, MLB, NHL, and more
  • Customizable breathing pacer
  • Diaphragmatic breathing pacer
  • Heart Rate Variability tracking
  • Evaluations to monitor progress
  • Trends to view your progress and session history over time
  • Points system to compete against yourself, your team, your coworkers, and beyond

It's a Trainer, Not a Tracker

Wearable “trackers” are everywhere. Neuropeak Pro’s NTEL BELT is different. It’s a real-time device designed to align diaphragm-based performance breathing and Heart Rate Variability (HRV).

The NTEL BELT is worn around the torso, while the Neuropeak Pro app and instructional videos guide users through training sessions designed to help optimize an individual’s ability to respond to stress and unlock “zone-like” performance potential.

Science-Backed Approach

Precision Breathing and HRV training improves performance with a “bottom up” approach that syncs the rhythm of the user’s heart with their breathing structure. The approach is backed by scientific evidence which demonstrates a connection between intentional breathing practices and management of the autonomic Nervous System’s control of the “fight-or-flight” and “rest‑and‑recovery” responses.