Competition For Average People

Competition for Average people. There are some giants in the world of competitive freediving doing mindblowing depths, crazy breath holds and exhausting distances. Being on top takes a sence of dedication, time, and courage. Some call this crazy but admirable. It is quite remarkable to watch these competion events, imagining what it would be like…

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…

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What Is Freefall and Why Do We Do It?

Freefalling is not a term most non-freedivers associate with freediving. But as an actual freediver, once you start to train depths that are deeper than 15-20m, freefalling becomes a whole new fun and exciting challenge. What Is The Freefall? Our lungs are at their total lung capacity at the surface with a full breath, but…