The world's first smart breathing trainers are now available to everyone
Increase your lung capacity, reduce
breathing rate and preserve energy
Reduced breathing rate lowers your
heart rate during physical activity
Relax before bed, fall asleep
quicker, and reduce snoring
Airofit allows you to push yourself
harder, faster, and for longer
Airofit is used separately from other
activity for only 5-10 minutes daily
Combined knowledge from industry-leading doctors and breath experts
Join our live session with Wim Hof Method Instructor, Tom Stijven!
In this webinar, we'll talk about:
• Fundamentals of breathing
• Healthy breathing
• Impacts of dysfunctional breathing on your health
Thursday, January 27, 8PM CET
Smart and data-driven.
Airofit PRO is the world's first truly smart breathing training device.
The PRO measures your current lung function and personalizes all training. Live guidance ensures you train correctly and the data-driven approach allows for consistent progress which can be tracked over time.
17 unique breathing sessions
Measure current lung function
Simple and effective.
If you want to improve your health, overall well-being and physical performance through guided fundamental breathing exercises, then Airofit Active is the perfect tool for you!
Airofit Active is a simplified version of our Airofit PRO breathing trainer.
3 simple training sessions
Adjustable resistance levels
See historic training data
App offers simple training guidance
No Bluetooth connectivity or electronics
"[..] diaphragmatic breathing improves focus, lowers blood pressure, boosts memory, facilitates athletic performance and recovery, helps you sleep better."
"For those wanting to get better at running, swimming, cycling, using the Airofit PRO can be the key to getting ahead of the competition."
"It’s perfect for helping freedivers and surfers hold their breath longer, or giving endurance athletes a boost."
[In FR] "Respiratory muscles develop like any other muscle group, and like them, they respond to resistance training."
"Getting out of breath is an instant limiter for any workout. But your respiratory muscles can be trained just like your guns."
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 the diaphragm is a large, but thin muscle, you can train it rather easily - just 5-10 minutes daily is enough for it to become faster, stronger and more efficient.
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.
The Airofit Breathing Trainer provides adjustable airflow resistance to your respiratory muscles. It measures your breathing volumes and strength and sends data to your Virtual Breathing Coach on your smartphone.
Airofit is designed to be used separately from training and other physical activity. This means that you can use Airofit in any free moment - before bed, at work, after a gym session or whatever suits you best.
Airofit mobile app acts as a virtual breathing coach, giving you personalized training program based on your selected focus area, as well as your baseline lung function measurement.
It then considers your data, your age, size and gender to tailor each training session. The app gives you live feedback and ensuring all exercises are performed correctly.
Your training data is stored in your account which gives you an overview of your training progress over time.
Compatible with iOS and Android.
"Ability to measure and track respiratory training has been a game changer. Airofit makes training simple and provides the feedback needed to validate and guide people to improved performance."
Master Airofit Instructor, Degree in Public Health, Epidemiology and Nutritional Sciences
"I have seen several patients completing a successful breathing training program with Airofit that significantly improved their quality of life."
M.D. Medical doctor,
"Training with Airofit gives athletes larger vital lung capacity, stronger breathing muscles, and higher anaerobic tolerance. It's not my opinion, it's a medical fact."
Professor at Pavia University, Scientist, Former World Champion in Freediving