Posts with the tag “freedive”
Terrific Freedive Mode
March 1st, 2023
There are a few basic considerations when selecting a dive computer. Competitive divers will most likely opt for a watch-style computer that is small, dynamic, and consistently and accurately records ...
Dive into Freedive Instruction
March 1st, 2023
I freedive because there is no other place that I can go to where I feel so out of and in control at the same time. With each dive I feel like I meet my Maker. Whether it is diving the ocean, and seei...
A different approach to learning freediving
November 27th, 2022
Knowing how long you can hold your breath in a warm swimming pool with flouncy music playing doesn’t help with doubts and daemons when you are bouncing around in a cold sea with low vis and less than ...
Adaptations we experience in freediving - Part II
October 15th, 2022
Even if a freediver is in the best physical shape possible, if their mind is distracted, if they’re not comfortable with the increased level of pressure or darkness at depth, or they are not confiden...
Understanding The Secrets of Deep Freediving: Tips from Three National Record Holders
July 13th, 2022
No one wakes up one day and decides to try for a 100m dive. It’s something that comes with planning, time, and experience, and it’s this experience, that leads to confidence and beautiful sensations w...
The Joys and Challenges of the Deep
July 8th, 2022
This year the CMAS Freediving Outdoor World Championship was held in Kas, Turkey. It was a great spot because of its marine environment and sea conditions which are very important when making challeng...
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