About ESP

- The designer and founder of Elite Sports Performance cardiorespiratory fitness trainer is former NFL Player, RB Jamie Mueller. 
- He was the 68th pick in 1987 drafted by the Buffalo Bills from Benedictine College, Atchison, KS.  He played from 1987-1992 and was forced to retire due to a career ending neck injury.  He was starting fullback for the Buffalo Bills in Super Bowl XXV.  
- Mueller has always been a peak performance enthusiast as one of the fastest, strongest NFL players to ever play the Fullback Position.  He lifted 1,865 lbs. for the powerlifting triple, squatting 700 lbs., deadlifting 700 lbs. and bench pressing 465 lbs.  Mueller was clocked at 4.35 second 40 yard dash at 220 lbs. body weight.
- Post NFL Jamie worked in biotech healthcare within acute care medicines  investing over 22 years learning the business of medicine and healthcare. 
The genesis of Cardiorespiratory Fitness Optimizer came about when Mueller saw the number of medical RMT devices marketing to athletes in all sports. However, most all of the devices were not conducive for athletes to employ use during training or conditioning or exercise needing to be used separately away from practice time.  
- Experts within the RMT world have postulated that a device that could be used during practice, conditioning, HIIT training, during sport specific ventilatory demands, would likely provide for the best possible outcomes. 
Thus STEALTH Cardiorespiratory Fitness Optimizer was designed for use while exercising for maximum results.  
- STEALTH Cardiorespiratory Fitness Optimizer clearly meets an unmet need for an CR training device designed specifically for athletes to employ usage while training, practicing, conditioning, to allow for maximum improvements in performance.  Significant increases in both VO2 Max and Lactate Thresholds are to be expected with a device designed for sports.