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About AirPhysio Sports Edition

The AirPhysio©️ is an international award-winning OPEP device newly designed to provide you with all the benefits of OPEP therapy in a stylish and more colorful way than comparable devices. Made in Australia, it contains a steel ball bearing, which oscillates during forceful exhale, thereby exercising the airway walls and muscles, making them expand and contract at a frequency of 16-40 Hz. In contrast to other devices, the AirPhysio©️ can be disassembled for thorough cleaning, reducing the risk of infection. The AirPhysio©️ comes in a patient and a sports version (AirPhysio Sports©️).

By contributing to optimal lung expansion, OPEP training maximizes the O2 and CO2 gas transfer. Increased efficiency in providing oxygen for exercising muscles and in CO2 removal can increase your performance and endurance, while reducing your recovery time. Exercising as well as respiratory muscles are provided with sufficient amounts of oxygen to keep working harder for longer, delaying the lactate threshold and limitation of exercise. OPEP is best used before working out to expand lung capacity, preparing them for the workout by removing mucus and pollutants.

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A person breathes about 13 pints of air per minute

I have cystic fibrosis and—at the recommendation of a couple of my care providers—switched about a year ago to using The Breather as my primary method of stimulating airway clearance. It works better than anything else I’ve ever done” Xan Nowakowski, PhD, MPH

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A person breathes about 13 pints of air per minute

“I started using the AirPhysio device in January, as I have diagnosed COPD. Within a week of using the device I experienced some real noticeable changes in my condition after using the device 3 times a day for 5 minutes.” Julian Thurlow, COPD Patient

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A person breathes about 13 pints of air per minute

“As a physician who monitors biometric data in my clients, I find the BioStrap to be my recommended device.” Dr. Daniel Stickler Founder, Apeiron Center for Human Potential

The combination of positive pressure and vibration generated with OPEP offers many benefits. OPEP training:

  • Loosens the mucus from the walls of the airways for easier secretion
  • Supports the transport of the mucus out of the airways
  • Promotes lung expansion and helps to unblock airways
  • Maximizes lung capacity
  • Helps recruit underutilized parts of the lungs
  • Assists in removing pollutants and inhaled allergens
  • Helps to reduce mucus build up, eg after infection
  • Promotes airway clearance and pulmonary hygiene, thereby reducing the risk of new infections and pneumonia

RETURN POLICY :

All of our products are covered under manufacturer warranty. Please contact us regarding any defective devices. Due to hygiene concerns, returns of used working devices are not permitted.

Hear what our clients have to say

"Training with Airofit gives athletes larger vital lung capacity, stronger breathing muscles and a higher anaerobic tolerance. It´s not my opinion, it's a medical fact."

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Dr. MIKE MARIC

Professor at Pavia University, Scientist, Former World Champion in Freediving

"Training with Airofit gives athletes larger vital lung capacity, stronger breathing muscles and a higher anaerobic tolerance. It´s not my opinion, it's a medical fact."

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Dr. MIKE MARIC

Professor at Pavia University, Scientist, Former World Champion in Freediving

"Training with Airofit gives athletes larger vital lung capacity, stronger breathing muscles and a higher anaerobic tolerance. It´s not my opinion, it's a medical fact."

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Dr. MIKE MARIC

Professor at Pavia University, Scientist, Former World Champion in Freediving

"Training with Airofit gives athletes larger vital lung capacity, stronger breathing muscles and a higher anaerobic tolerance. It´s not my opinion, it's a medical fact."

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Dr. MIKE MARIC

Professor at Pavia University, Scientist, Former World Champion in Freediving