Thursday, June 27, 2019
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  1. redfisher

    depth range and neutral buoyancy?

    there are some posts which already described how to pick the wieghts for buoyancy, such as this article and this one. but my questions are: is it valid to set neutral buoyancy at deeper level (such as 15m, 20m or even 30m and even deeper) if a freediver wants to pass the exam in the AIDA...
  2. lobsterweight

    For Sale Lobster Weight System Released a new lighter version 3kg total weight!

    Lobster is a new and unique weight system, specifically designed for freediving, Lobster Neck Weight can be used for Dynamic Pool Trainings and Competitions. System consists of base 2,5 kg and additional 5 segments (500, 400, 300, 200, 100 g), so you can adapt the weight of the collar to your...
  3. Stamatis


    Hi people! I am having serious issues wearing a weight vest, it just ruins my apnea! I did make a DIY chest belt, which is much better because it doesn' t squeeze that much. It is a small belt made of 0.5 k standard belt leads, total of 2 or 3 k (depending on the suit) all in front of the...
  4. Nuno Dias

    Taking my freediving equipment on a Ryanair flight

    I'm going to travel with Ryanair and I was wondering what's the best way to take my freediving equipment with me. The main problems are the long bi-fins, neck weight and lead weights. So far, this what I thought: - Plan A: putting everything in my diving bag (which is big enough for the fins and...