If you've seen or heard of freediving through YouTube, TV or at your local dive club, you might just be intrigued enough to find out a little bit more about this unusual extreme sport and why a Try Freediving Course is so popular. Find out what happens, right here!
Last year I joined Donny at The Freedive Cafe for an interview about my journey as a freediver. Find out everything about me, freediving and why I am so passionate about it.
What a year 2018 turned out to be! Check out this mega blog to see just what everyone got up to - from courses and shark trips through to competitions and liveaboards, we've got it all! AND, 2019 is shaping up to be even bigger, so watch this space!!
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?
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.
Freediving in October must be really cold, uncomfortable and not enjoyable, right?.... Wrong! Freediving in October is still one of our most popular times for freediving courses. Find out why, here.
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.