How To Use & Disclaimers

How do I use the OxyFit Breathing Trainer?

Step 1: Prepare Your Trainer Before you begin, ensure that your air resistance trainer is clean. Insert the mouthpiece in your mouth with the engraved word “top” at the base of the mouthpiece facing up. Bite down the inner sides of the mouthpiece to hold it in place.

Step 2: Proper Breathing Technique Stand or sit comfortably in an upright position maintaining good posture, or use as a part of your workout routine. Adjust the resistance level to your desired level of breathing resistance (make it challenging, but not uncomfortable). Inhale deeply through the mouthpiece until you can’t anymore, and then exhale through the mouthpiece until you’re almost out of breath. Focus on filling your lungs completely with air. This action engages your inspiratory muscles.

Step 3: Controlled Exhalation Remove the unit from your mouth and breathe normally until you catch your breath. Then repeat the above exercise 10 times to complete one set. Do 2 to 4 sets per day, preferably before any meals.

WARNING: the breathing should be challenging, but not uncomfortable and should not produce adverse effects. If you feel any dizziness, headache, or breathlessness, try a lower resistance level. Always err on the side of caution.

How do I use the OxyFit Vibrating Exhaler?

  1. Take a deep breathe (abdominal breath) into your lungs and fill them completely, 
  2. Hold your breathe for 2 to 3 seconds, 
  3. Place the OxyFit Exhaler into your mouth and exhale through the device at a reasonably fast, but consistent pace for between 3-5 seconds until you empty your lungs. i.e. don’t try and blow too hard too quickly as this may cause you to over exert your lung muscles and leaving you feeling tight in the chest, so take it easy and don’t push too hard. 
  4. Most people can get it oscillating without too much exertion, but some people struggle to start with. But once your lungs are at optimal lung capacity, you should be able to lift the ball bearing slightly off the cone and have it oscillating. 
  5. Adjust the device to have the cap facing the ceiling and tilt it until you feel maximum vibrations within your chest, try to keep cheeks stiff to help amplify the affect in your chest. 
  6. After exhaling through the device, you may feel mucus accumulating near the top of your lungs or at the back of your throat, if so, initiate a cough to expel the mucus. If not, the mucus will continue working up to the throat and maybe swallowed as a normal process. 
  7. Repeat steps 1 through 6 for approx. 2 times per minute for up to 5 minutes, taking two deep breaths in between each session to reduce the chance of feeling lightheaded.


- Immediately stop using the OxyFit if you feel any physical discomfort.

- If you are suffering from a cold, sinusitis, or respiratory tract infection, we advise you not to use the OxyFit Breathing Trainer until symptoms have disappeared.

- To prevent the potential transmission of infections, we recommend that you do not share your OxyFit Breathing Trainer with another user, including family members.

- Do not use OxyFitBreathing Trainer in case of:

  • Spontaneous pneumothorax (a collapsed lung that was not due to traumatic injury e.g. broken rib)
  • A collapsed lung due to a traumatic injury that has not healed fully
  • A burst eardrum that has not healed fully, or any other condition of the eardrum
  • Asthma with frequent severe exacerbations

- If you have any medical conditions with your respiratory system, heart or blood pressure, we recommend that you consult your doctor before using OxyFit Breathing Trainer.

- Do not use whilst driving.

- Do not use the OxyFit Breathing Trainer for more than 60 minutes per day.

Please be advised that all content and resources provided by OxyFit are strictly intended for informational purposes and should not be construed as medical advice or a replacement for professional medical treatment. This information is not intended as a substitute for professional medical advice, emergency treatment or formal first-aid training. Don't use this information to diagnose or develop a treatment plan for a health problem or disease without consulting a qualified health care provider.