ONE INNOVATIVE TECHNOLOGY. TWO PERFORMANCE-DRIVEN DESIGNS.
- 1 AIRWAAV HIIT Mouthpiece
- 1 AIRWAAV ENDURANCE Mouthpiece
- 2 Limited Edition HIIT & ENDURANCE Ventilated Cases.
Introducing the AIRWAAV Hybrid Performance Pack – AIRWAAV HIIT and AIRWAAV Endurance Mouthpieces.
The AIRWAAV Performance Mouthpiece directs your tongue down and forward — creating the optimal airway opening when you gently bite down. AIRWAAV is patented and scientifically proven with peer-reviewed, published research to provide athletes:
- Improved Breathing: Widens your airway opening by up to 25%
- Increased Endurance: Reduces your respiratory rate by up to 20%, resulting in less lactic acid production and lower perceived exertion
- Faster Recovery: Reduces cortisol build up levels by up to 50%
BREAK YOUR BEST WITH AIRWAAV.
A close look at AIRWAAV ENDURANCE Performance Mouthpiece
What Top Athletes Say
THE AIRWAAV ENDURANCE PERFORMANCE MOUTHPIECE
The AIRWAAV™ Endurance Performance Mouthpiece represents 15 years of research and development conducted with elite athletes and cadets at the Citadel to perfect the most efficient way of opening the airway and optimizing performance.
HOW TO USE AIRWAAV
It’s important to understand that your tongue is a muscle and this device will help train and position your tongue to allow you to optimize your performance. You will experience the benefits just be wearing AIRWAAV ENDURANCE during training sessions and races.
Does the AIRWAAV restrict my breathing?
NO. In fact, the AIRWAAV™ Performance Mouthpiece (device) adjusts your jaw and positions your tongue in a way that makes breathing more natural and efficient.
How do I clean my AIRWAAV?
We will be releasing AIRWAAV™ All Natural Mouthpiece Cleaner in the the near future, but in the meantime, use cool water and light soap or toothpaste and gently brush with a toothbrush.
Researcher – Dr. Dena Garner
Dr. Dena Garner is a full-time professor in the Department of Health and Human Performance, is the Director of Undergraduate Research and is the Assistant Provost for Research and Policy at The Citadel in Charleston, South Carolina. She started working at The Citadel in 2004 while completing her post-doctoral fellowship in the Department of Neurology at the Medical University of South Carolina, also located in Charleston. Before her move to Charleston, she worked at Oregon State University in Corvallis, Oregon where she also received her doctoral degree in exercise physiology.
She received her Master’s degree from the University of South Carolina in exercise physiology and an undergraduate degree from Furman University in Greenville, South Carolina.