Freediving Training Tips #4 – Surfacing

Surfacing is a Freediving Technique that very often gets overlooked Yes, surfacing from a dive can be very messy sometimes! There can be a number of obstacles on the surface such as ropes, people, noodles and other floating devices, fins and other equipment hanging on the buoy, which can make your recovery hard if you…

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Short Freediving Training Tips #2

Freediving Training Tips – No Fins Freediving No Fins Freediving or Constant No Fins (CNF) is considered the hardest discipline in freediving , and it is, especially when your technique is not great. You dont need to practice in the sea to work on your No Fins technique. Actually you should NOT practice in the…

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Short Freediving Training Tips #1

Freediving Training Tips – Freefalling Many times we get caught on our goals and we just chase depth, and neglect very important aspects of our dives. One which often gets ignored is the freefall. On a deep freedive the freefall is the longest part of the descent and because you are not swimming (or pulling)…

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FAQ#5: How do i breathe-up for freediving?

Breathing and breathing-up are very important aspects for Freediving, but for a different reason than most people think. I remember when I was learning how to freedive I was very confused about how to breathe properly. The only thing that was clear was that the more air you inhale the longer you can stay underwater,…

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A Short Guide to Wreck Freediving

Wreck freediving is another challenge in the life of freediver. If you never had the chance to freedive a wreck before, well you need to put it on your list. ONe of the highlights of freediving Tenerife is that there is a wreck on our main dive spot, so we share our experience and write…

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