A Guide To Freefall

How Do We Freefall? A good freefall is something that needs to be practiced and perfected over time and can make a huge difference in your dive time and depth reached. Freefall begins with establishing neutral buoyancy and knowing exactly where it is. Neutral buoyancy should be at around 10-13m. Freefall should begin about 5-7m…

Pressure Related Injuries With Freediving

Pressure Related Injuries With Freediving Many of the freediving injuries include pressure-related injuries. This can cause pain and damage to the body’s tissues. Freedivers commonly use the term “squeeze” to refer to a barotrauma. Mask Squeeze Mask squeeze occurs when a freediver’s mask is not equalized properly on descent. The soft tissues underneath the mask…