Try our Airofit Breathing Trainer and a Virtual Breathing Coach, adjustable resistance to your respiratory muscles


 After the purchase, you will receive full PDF details on how to use the device effectively until you receive the product. The Breathing Trainer Bluetooth mouthpiece increases your lung capacity to...

 After the purchase, you will receive full PDF details on how to use the device effectively until you receive the product.

The Breathing Trainer Bluetooth mouthpiece increases your lung capacity to improve your breathing technique. As a result, this breathing trainer makes working out feel a little easier. If you spend a lot of time exercising, this smart device helps you build healthy lungs. This Bluetooth mouthpiece works by providing adjustable airflow resistance. Consequently, your respiratory muscles have to work overtime. In fact, you can adjust the settings to suit you. For example, choose the duration, training program, and intensity you wish. You can then opt for the appropriate resistance level. Connect it to a mobile app to see data about your breathing. Your virtual breathing coach will provide live feedback on your technique. You’ll also receive tips to ensure you’re exercising correctly. Over time, you’ll notice an improvement at the gym and have healthier lungs.


  • It is designed to be used separately from any other physical activity.
  • You can now use your idle time to keep improving your performance!
  • All training is made for YOUWe tailor each training session to you, based on your age, gender, size, and physical abilities.


Your breathing muscles are just another muscle group. Once a boxer's arms or a runner's legs are too tired, performance hinders. The same happens when we run out of breath.

Having to gasp for air happens because our respiratory muscles get tired - your lungs don't suck air in by themselves. Once muscles tire, we lose control over them. Loss of control over breathing muscles means we breathe less. When we breathe less, the rest of our muscles get less oxygen. Less oxygen leads to worse performance.

Training the strength of your respiratory muscles makes them faster, stronger, and more efficient, which allows you to perform better.


Why do free-divers always want bigger lungs? Because bigger lungs mean more oxygen to absorb.

The residual volume of our lungs is the amount of air that never leaves the lungs. Its purpose is to not let lung tissue stick together. When we breathe incorrectly, this amount is far too large, which means we compromise our gas exchange process.

By increasing the flexibility of our diaphragm, we allow it to push out a larger amount of this residual volume, replacing it with new, oxygen-rich air.


When we push our bodies to the maximum and use our muscles at their full power output, we burn through more oxygen than can be supplied by breathing. This is where we move into anaerobic metabolism.

An average human can last at full power output for around 10-12 seconds before our muscles feel too 'full'. Hence athletes always need to pace themselves and time the finish burst perfectly.

By utilizing breath-hold exercises, we get our muscles used to an oxygenless environment which then allows us to perform harder for longer - start your finish dash before your opponents or squeeze in more reps during training.

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