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If you've been thinking about trying freediving and want to become certified, questions you may be asking yourself are 'What do you learn on a freediving course?' 'How will a course help me?' The short [...]
It's that time of year again, where we all look back and think where did the 2017 season go? Well hold onto to your monofins as I tell you exactly what we did (And yes, [...]
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.
Learn an upper body stretching session for freediving and discover how to get the body prepared for freediving with a stretching for freediving video.
Yoga nidra means yoga sleep, and is a deep relaxation practice you do lying down with your eyes closed. Find out more about yoga nidra, how it can help scuba and freediving, and listen to a yoga nidra for diving recording in this article.
Steam inhalation for freediving is an amazing natural technique that can relieve sinus congestion, reduce inflammation and combat infection, all of which help us equalise more easily. Read how to do steam inhalation and what the best essential oils to use are in this article.
Welcome to Part Seventeen 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 training for recreational freediving. It looks at dry training exercises that you can do at home, including CO2 and O2 tables, fitness training with apnea walking, strength training and yoga, and wet training exercises and games that you can do in a pool.
Welcome to Part Ten 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 about the importance of stretching for freediving - including stretches for the whole body and specific stretches for diaphragm flexibility.
When we hold our breath we need to control our mind. With the freediving discipline of static apnea you are not physically moving so there is little to distract from the urge to breathe. Read more to discover the secrets to taming your thoughts and extending your static apnea breath hold.