Have you ever wondered what it’s like to compete in a freediving competition? Talya Semrad and Lance Lee Davis are sharing their experience in competing in the Vertical Blue Freediving competition at the Blue Hole in the Bahamas. While they both scored a National Records, they also share lessons they learned along the way.
Have you ever wanted to try freediving but were worried that it might not be for you? Well, you’re in luck because this article is just for you. We’re breaking down some myths and mental barriers that often keep people from learning to freedive.
Do you have problems equalizing? There could be many reasons for this, however, with the help of Ted Harty, we’re here to break down the three most common reason you might be struggling to equalize while freediving. These reasons may not be as common as you think. Click below to learn more.
Have you heard of Everesting? This is where cyclists or runners ascend the same amount of mileage it would take to climb Mount Everest. Until late 2020, it had never been done by a freediver. However, Lance changed that and is here to tell us the story.
You’re a freediver now and you want to know what you can do to improve your skills without necessarily jumping into an advanced course. This is exactly where line diving, refresher courses and coaching sessions come in. These three types of training are perfect for freedivers looking to break bad habits or to continue working on muscle memory. We’re going to explain in detail the difference between the three.
Learning to hold your breath can be confusing and maybe even a little scary for some. We get it, learning new skills can be hard. We’re here to explain how your mind plays a role in this and some tips on how it can go better.
Now that you’ve done some research on finding the right freediving course and instructor, and you’ve taken some time to prepare via Google, the next thing you might be wondering is how is this all going down? What will this freediving course be like? What should you expect?
Ahhh the great debate about spearfishing… we’re here to break down everything you need to know about sustainable spearfishing. Learn more about why people may take issue with it and how to ensure that you are hunting in the most ethical way. Spearfishing is responsible for less than 1% of the fish hunted around the world, let’s make it more acceptable.
With the world relying more and more on social media for connection and sharing… we are seeing positive and negative effects in the freediving world. Generally, we can separate people into two groups based on their social media usage. We’re taking a deeper look into how one of these groups of people affect the world of freediving.
Wondering what the process looks like for a scuba instructor to become a freediving instructor? Our Training Manager, Brian Shreve recently went through the whole process and is here to lay out the steps in detail. Consider this your first step to teaching freediving if you’ve been on the fence.