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  1. Andrew702

    Pool Training Schedule

    I'm trying to start incorporating pool training into my depth training. As I have never done much pool and I have no idea the way people structure their sessions. Currently my PB is 80 meters dynamic bi fins and static PB 4:20. I have also been doing dry co2 tables. What are some examples of...
  2. R

    Dry dynamic training

    Hello everyone! I'm a beginner freediver training in order to prepare myself for a freediving training course in July. I do 3 CO2 tables a week. My problem is that the rescuers at my swimming pool forbid apnea. I wanted to know how efficient dry dynamic apnea is, and if you could suggest me...
  3. Andrew702

    Freediving Panama City, Panama

    I am looking for a freediving buddy in Panama who wants to pool train. I would also like to train in the ocean but know nothing about the conditions near the city. I'm a level 3 SSI freediver I have been training for two years a lot in Amed Bali.
  4. Nickmhorne

    Freedive buddy in Portsmouth?

    Hi all, Just moved back to Portsmouth.. looking for freedive buddies/groups or clubs to train with. I have SSI level 2. Looking to practice statics and dynamics perhaps once a week? Suggestions much appreciated!! Also keen on a spearing trip or two Many thanks! Nick
  5. Rock Shooter

    What do you feel?

    Hi all, When you're doing a static apnea, what do you feel exactly, at different times (e.g a minute in a slight urge to breathe)? And how does this compare to a dynamic/fins apnea in the water? Any input would be greatly appreciated, Thanks in advance and dive safe Rock Shooter :D - The Worlds Largest Community Dedicated To Freediving, Scuba Diving and Spearfishing


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