Xplore Lifestyle launches Airofit ACTIVE, world’s first smart respiratory training device

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Airofit ACTIVE

The Xplore Lifestyle, leading futuristic Medtech solutions provider, has come up with Airofit ACTIVE, a lighter version of its iconic predecessor. Customized particularly for sporting performance as well as general well-being, Airofit ACTIVE is yet another outstanding product from the stable of Xplore Lifestyle.

With simple training guidance offered by the device and in a matter of mere three sessions, a sportsperson can train himself in vastly improving his breathing methods and capacity and therefore elevating his sporting performance. Importantly, the device can help athletes and sportspersons of all kinds of sports, whether it is individual sports that require specific individualized training and practice, or team sports which may require a combination of general and individualized training.

It has been estimated that training with this device 4 minutes a day has the same effect as a 53-minute VO2 max workout twice a week would have on endurance athletes, said the manufacturer.

Providing adjustable resistance levels, the device not only enables the athlete to train in a flexible manner depending on his original breathing style and capacity, but also allows him to keep a track of historical data thereby helping him to make incremental improvements. At the same time, the device also helps athletes in non-sporting spheres and promotes overall well being, alleviating stress, improving quality of sleep and boosting the immune system.

“For a high-performing athlete requiring high energy for his muscles, the energy produced by regularly breathed oxygen is not enough. So the device prepares the athlete’s muscles to get used to and work in an oxygen-deprived environment thereby developing prolonged ability to perform at high intensities for longer periods. In other words while improving respiratory strength as well as increasing accessible lung capacity, it also boosts his anaerobic threshold. Moreover, the stimulation of the vagus nerve which allows one to achieve better relaxation helps athletes recover better between sports events, again critical to his overall performance, said Pankaj Balwani, the founder & CEO of Xplore Lifestyle.