All of David's training - his highs, his lows his personal bests, his travelling have all been leading to this event - The Aida Freediving World Championships! So how did David feel? How did he perform? Find out in DAY TWO of his championship blog!
All of David's training - his highs, his lows his personal bests, his travelling have all been leading to this event - The Aida World Freediving Championships! So how did David feel? How did he perform? Find out in his championship blog!
David has been building himself up to the Aida World Depth Championships in Nice. In part one of a two part blog David tells us all about the build up.
Ever wondered what to buy a freediver for Christmas? Well believe it or not socks and gloves are always welcome - just not the woolly kind! Check out these fab gifts for under £20, here!
Learning how to make bubble rings is a bit like riding a bike - once you can do it, you'll never forget it. So, get ready to impress your friends the next time you're in the water! All you need to start is some deep water and a little practice!
Freediving with Go Freediving, we hope, is not a one course experience! Our students come and join us from all over the world, with every possible differing background and experience, but with a common goal, to freedive! For myself and my instructors this is both humbling and inspiring! As passionate freedivers ourselves, we hope each student will leave with (at the very least) a new life skill which they can transfer to so many different areas of their lives
There are a number of reasons why learning the correct weighting for freediving is essential, particularly as the weighting you need will change, depending on the environment you are diving in. Finding the correct weighting for freediving depends on factors which include body weight, size and composition, the thickness of your suit, the depth of your dive, the water temperature and whether you are diving in fresh or salt water.
Learning finning techniques on a freediving course is not usually the highest priority students have when they undertake a course with us. Understandably many students are focused on breathing techniques and equalisation. However, as the course progresses they soon realise that efficient, well executed finning techniques can directly impact on their ability to dive longer and deeper and contribute to a far better freediving experience.
Recently, I was honoured to be invited as a guest speaker to talk about freediving in the army and to present an award at the 11th (Royal School of Signals) Signal Regiment annual sports persons dinner and awards evening in Blandford Camp in Dorset.
Go Freediving Club member Hayley Adlam has just been crowned Miss Scuba UK 2019! We are so delighted for her - a true beauty inside and out. We couldn't wait to catch up with her and find out all about the competition.