Airofit ACTIVE is a simplified version of our Airofit PRO breathing trainer. If you want to improve your health, overall well-being and physical performance through guided fundamental breathing exercises, Airofit Active is the perfect tool for you!
Airofit is simple and effective. It provides adjustable airflow resistance to your breathing muscles, making them faster, stronger, and more efficient. Airofit is a simple to use training module designed by respiratory thought leaders to guide you through proven training programs.
Airofit ACTIVE trains your breathing muscles:
Just like any other muscle group, your breathing muscles respond to resistance training - and that is exactly what Airofit does. It’s like taking your diaphragm to the gym.
As you start training the diaphragm, you can breathe deeper as your lungs get more room to expand, your breathing rate decreases, and so does your heart rate.
Guided training sessions:
Airofit Active introduces you to specific breathing patterns that focus on different goals, like relaxation, general well-being or sports performance.
As you complete your breathing training sessions, Airofit Active will keep track of your training history and try to help you with staying consistent.
When it comes to breathing training, consistency is key. As the diaphragm is a large, but thin muscle, you can train it really easily.
- Compatible with Android & iOS
- Guided training sessions
- No Bluetooth connectivity
- Adjustable resistance levels
- See historic training data
- Lower heart rate during physical activity
- Improve physical performance by better-utilizing oxygen
- Experience increased energy
- Improve sleep quality
Simply train from home, by simply breathing into the device. Only 5-10min daily training is required to experience the benefits.
Click here to view the Airofit Active Quick Guide
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