For those who believe they are a human born into the wrong body (i.e. you believe you really should have been a mermaid, dolphin or nudibranch) this is for you!
Each Blue Abyss workshop is a vital platform to define the capabilities of Blue Abyss and underpin its future research and development enterprises. Find out more about the latest workshop, what was discussed, and where freediving fits into the project.
What is the best music for freediving? Following our extensive research and poll, read on to find out some music choices to get you in the freediving mood!
Discover what Blue Abyss Vision 2020 is and read the first window into the future, with technical cave divers finding hidden Paleolithic art off the coast of Wales using ground breaking technology developed at Blue Abyss.
Kapalabhati is a yogic breathing exercise which tones the diaphragm, exercises the stomach muscles, helps clear mucous and infection, and improves breathing and lung function. Learn how to do kapalabhati with our how to guide and series of videos.
If you ever wondered whether our aquatic friends had a sense of humour (or a devilish streak), you only need to take a look at these underwater photobombs to know they've got us sussed. From stingrays to puffer fish, they've set out to ruin your photo, your holiday, and your marriage proposal...
If you want to learn to Scuba dive, you may not have thought about learning to freedive first. However learning to freedive provides you with the techniques, skills and water confidence to learn how to scuba dive quicker, safer, and with more confidence. Learn more inside.
Happy Easter from the Go Freediving team! Find out what's coming up for the freediving season and check out an incredible Easter mermaids picture from artist Laurie Leigh.
A fascinating study conducted by researchers from the University of California, San Francisco has discovered something new about lung function - our lungs make blood. So how did they do this, and how does this impact on the health of freedivers?