As a freediving school, Go Freediving knows what the benefits of freediving are and knows what impact these benefits have on those who choose to embrace freediving as a sport, past-time or, way of life. If you've seen freediving and wondered what the attraction to the sport is, this article may just help!
Welcome to Part Nineteen of The Beginner’s Guide to Freediving, the best place to start your freediving journey. If you’re planning to start freediving, this chapter is all about my favourite subject: food! It looks at the best type of diet for freediving - what foods help and what foods hinder, as well as supplements that can help you hold your breath for longer and recover quicker.
Welcome to Part Sixteen of The Beginner’s Guide to Freediving, the best place to start your freediving journey. If you’re planning to start freediving, this chapter explores the risks associated with freediving and important considerations for your risk assessment and dive plan.
Ever thought about private freediving tuition? Find out the different types of students take freediving lessons and check out 6 complete myths about private freediving courses. You may be surprised!
The best time to do a freediving course depends on many factors. These factors can range from age, general health, fitness, mental wellbeing, through to location, time of year and even which course providers are available at any given time. If you are wondering when the best time to do a freediving course is for YOU, read this blog.
For many freedivers, the main issue they have when learning to freedive is overcoming equalisation issues. In this post we’re going to look at two great herbs to help equalisation by reducing inflammation and soothing the upper respiratory tract: Plantain and Eyebright.