Posts with the tag “freediving”
Adaptations we experience in freediving PART 1
October 15th, 2022
When trying to gain adaptation of the lungs for freediving it’s important to add depth gradually when training. Even if a diver had the confidence, relaxation level, and breath hold time to dive to 10...
Underwater Photographer: Fred Buyle
March 26th, 2022
Mark Addison had luck freediving with sharks in the Indian Ocean off the east coast of South Africa. He had discovered that if we waited for warm, clear water to come in over the pinnacles, we might e...
Pregnant and Still Freediving
May 8th, 2021
I thought becoming pregnant when I had so many things I still wanted to put in place was a complication, but actually, it really hasn’t been...
Freediving For Science
October 18th, 2020
It is the second-deepest marine sinkhole in the world, yet it is accessible from land. Harboring coral reefs and other marine life, it is an ideal oceanic microcosm, sheltered from prevailing winds an...
Women in Diving: Diving and spearfishing Diva, Jean Hattingh
August 13th, 2020
Spearfishing extraordinaire Jean Hatting talks about her experiences of diving and spearfishing....
Women in Diving: Beth Neale, Aqua soul of freediving
August 13th, 2020
Despite her first real freedive experience being in a freezing quarry with zero visibility, she loved it! When she moved back home to South Africa, she fell more deeply in love with the underwater wor...
Women in Diving: The Salty Wanderer, Charlie Warland
August 11th, 2020
The Salty Wanderer, Charlie Warland is an Ocean enthusiast, scuba instructor and she tell us a little more about her dive life and exhilarating underwater experiences. Growing up in the landlocked, du...
Lung squeeze under cold diving conditions
June 17th, 2020
Immersion Pulmonary Edema (IPE) is a multifactorial condition, largely a net effect of increased central blood volume, pressures within the chest and, for compressed-gas divers, increased breathing r...
The New Pointy end of Diving
May 11th, 2020
Freediving is now the fastest growing segment of diving and is attracting a new audience of people who love the water and are into fitness, self-improvement and mind-body awareness — in addition to th...
Lung Squeeze & DCI in Breath-Hold Diving
February 17th, 2016
Dr Danilo Cialoni is a medical doctor and champion Breath-hold diver. He is also a leading researcher in Breath-hold diving and Echocardiography.His work with the DAN Europe Foundation has played a s...
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