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CO2 Tables: Discover the Smarter Approach to Breath-Holding

Mastering your breath-hold is one of the keys to unlocking comfortable diving. If you’ve completed a course or have been browsing the internet learning about freediving, chances are you’ve come across  Co2 (Carbon Dioxide) or contractions (the urge to breathe). Whether we like it or not, Carbon dioxide training is one of the many skills

Freediver lies down on his back, soaking up the sun

Bi-fin technique for freediving

The evolution of bi-fin technology and technique has come a long way since the birth of freediving. More so since the bi-fin technique is now an official discipline in competitions. The constant advances in technology from competing brands means freedivers are tweaking style for the best possible output. After all, the more we get out

Freediving in cold waters. A useful guide.

Freediving during winter in cold water proves to be challenging for many freedivers, and the truth is most avoid it. Few people are conditioned to the cold and can spend hours in the water. They simply don’t get cold. Cold water freediving comes with many challenges that do not exist in warm water, and overcoming

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Static Apnea: Holding your breath in the pool

In 2013, the most decorated female freediver ever, Natalia Molchanova, set a static apnea record at 9 minutes 2 seconds at the Individual AIDA Pool World Championships as a group of spectators were watching in awe. It was her third world record of the championships and the first time any woman had held her breath