Whether you freedive or scuba dive, the chances are you heard of, seen, or unfortunately experienced, mask squeeze - or face squeeze as it is sometimes known. Though for anyone who has experienced it, it feels more like a mask suck than a mask squeeze! So what is it and why does it happen?
It is estimated that over 90% of all wetsuit users (so our divers, surfers and other watersport enthusiasts) have peed, or choose to regularly pee, in their wetsuits! So, what are the pros and cons of peeing in your wetsuit, why do we do it and what are the alternatives?
We continue our Underwater Photographer series with Danny Spitz to find out more about what led him to freediving photography and what advice he would give to any aspiring underwater photographer.
Continuing our Underwater Photography and freediving series we speak with keen freediver and underwater photographer Kimmo Lahtinen of FREEXPERIENCE, to find out more about what led him to underwater photography and freediving and what advice he would give to any aspiring photographers.
Go Freediving believes everyone should try freediving at least once, and a freediver course is the perfect way to do this ! Why? Because you will learn in a safe environment, under expert tuition and redefine your limits.
It is no secret that I am a huge fan of the Otovent as a method of improving equalisation so imagine how pleased I was to discover Otovent had recently launched an Otovent equalisation aid for freedivers and scuba divers called Otovent Dive.
Advanced Freediver courses are a natural next step for the keen freediver. Not only will you increase your knowledge and confidence, you will also improve your technical skills as a freediver.
If you are considering taking a freediving course, there are a number of things you should look out for - particularly if the course is a certified course. This article highlights ten things we, at [...]
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!
There are several very important facets to freediving, such as the ability to hold your breath for long periods and the proper use of equipment, but in terms of safety and comfort the single most important skill you will need to master is the equalisation of your ears. Here are my top ten equalisation tips.