Airofit

Breathe Easier, Live Better!

The Airofit is a revolutionary biohacking breathing trainer. This smart device measures your current lung function and gives you personalized training programs to improve respiratory strength, vital capacity and the anaerobic threshold! You can easily access the mobile app on any smartphone and start improving your breathing & performance.

Benefits of Airofit Breathing Trainer

Increased Energy: Increased lung capacity and reduced breathing rate help gain more energy. 

Faster Recovery: Increased oxygen levels aid in faster healing and the growth of cells, tissues and bones. 

Better Body Performance: Boosts muscle performance and prolongs body strength. 

Lower Heart Rate: Reduced breathing rate lowers heart rate during physical activity. 

Stress Relief: Meditative breathing patterns stimulate the vagus nerve, allowing for better relaxation. 

Better Mental Health: Improves mental state through diaphragmatic breathing, which calms the mind reducing symptoms of anxiety and depression. 

Better Sleep: Increased oxygen levels induce sleep hormones. 

Airofit programs consist of a variation of 17 unique training sessions which have been developed and tested by doctors and globally recognized breathing experts.

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How does Airofit work?

Airofit begins by testing your current lung function and combines this data with your biometrics to provide you with tailored breath training exercises. The virtual trainer in the Airofit app gives live feedback and guidance on how to perform all resistance exercises correctly, enabling your breathing muscles (the diaphragm and intercostal muscles) to develop like any other muscle group. 

How is Airofit applied?

  1. Airofit can be used at any moment when you are free – do not use it while running, cycling, rowing, driving, etc.
  2. Place the mouthpiece of Airofit set inside your mouth.
  3. Your coach will help you to “Test Your Lungs” (accessible lung capacity and respiratory muscle strength), adjusting resistance for the inhale and exhale functions.
  4. After the lung test, you will be prompted to a tailored breath training program.
  5.  Follow the instructions on the screen for when to inhale and exhale by following the linear graph for descending, ascending and sustaining breaths.
  6. Once finished, the result will be stated on the screen presented in percentage.

How long does the procedure take?

We recommend that you start training 5-10 minutes every day. Two times 5-10 minutes per day is the optimal training schedule, but you should gradually work up to it. 

Who should not use it?

People suffering from pneumothorax (a collapsed lung), serious eardrum problems and asthma with severe exacerbations should not use it. 

People with a cold, sinusitis or respiratory tract infection should not use it until the symptoms have disappeared. 

People with medical conditions in the respiratory system, heart or blood pressure should consult their doctor before using it. 

Safety

If you feel lightheaded or dizzy, stop and check if the resistance wheels for the inspiratory and expiratory settings are correct. Stop the program exercise if you feel any physical discomfort.