“From speed workouts to longer distance trail runs, I have been able to improve my performance. I’ve noticed longer, deeper and controlled breathing thanks to Airofit.”

OCR Athlete

What is Airofit?

Airofit is a respiratory training system that improves your physical performance, as well as general wellbeing through tested breathing exercises.

Whether you’re a runner, suffer from health issues or simply want to improve your quality of life, Airofit is for you.

Airofit generates resistance on your respiratory muscles. Like other muscle groups, resistance training makes your breathing muscles faster, stronger and more efficient.

Increased pace

Airofit strengthens your diaphragm so you can breathe more effectively during a high-paced activity, reducing heart rate and breathlessness.

Better endurance

Airofit increases your accessible lung capacity so you can inhale more air at once, reduce breathing rate and heart rate and preserve energy.

Longer sprints

Delayed metabolic reflex prolongs the time you can perform at maximum power output, giving you a competitive edge during sprints.

For athletes of all levels

Breath training is not only for the elite. 99% of all athletes (and all people in general) have never worked on their respiratory system in an isolated manner.

Breathing muscle training is beneficial for everyone across the board. Those looking for marginal performance gains will be able to fit Airofit in even the busiest of training schedules. Those wanting to feel more fit will see that the perception of exercise feels easier.

Increased endurance

Breathing muscle strength is often a limiting factor in physical performance due to something called Metabolic Reflex.

This basic bodily function ensures additional blood flow to the respiratory muscles as they fatigue. Unfortunately for athletes, this blood flow is redirected from the limb muscles, therefore hindering performance.

During prolonged performance, this becomes an issue – but breathing muscles can and should be trained, therefore improving your endurance.

Increased pace

Inefficient breathing muscles waste energy that can be used by the rest of the body.

Breathing muscles respond to resistance training the same way as any other muscle group – by becoming stronger, faster and more efficient.

In addition, research shows that training your breathing muscles 4 minutes a day has the same effect on endurance athletes as 53-minute VO2 max workout twice a week!

Laursen et al, 2002 + Romer et al, 2002

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How does Airofit work?

The Airofit Breathing Trainer provides adjustable airflow resistance to your respiratory muscles. It measures your breathing volumes and strength and sends data directly to our app on your smartphone.

What does the app do?

The app acts as a virtual breathing coach, giving you live feedback and ensuring all exercises are performed correctly. Your training data is stored and gives you an overview of your progress over time. Compatible with iOS and Android.

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