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Facebook pages that post technical articles about freediving?

HooSlayer

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Can anyone suggest good facebook pages to follow that offer technical tips on freediving. All of the major freediving course providers only post advertisements and pretty pictures but nothing instructional. Guess they want you to shell out for anything that will help your diving. I'm just looking for training, technique, and physiology oriented content.

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HooSlayer

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There's plenty of info right here and on YouTube.
let me try this again:

Can anyone suggest good facebook pages to follow that offer technical tips on freediving. All of the major freediving course providers only post advertisements and pretty pictures but nothing instructional. Guess they want you to shell out for anything that will help your diving. I'm just looking for training, technique, and physiology oriented content.
 

Bill McIntyre

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Yes, they want you to shell out money for a course. They aren't going to give it away. They may even worry about liability giving advice when they have no idea who is reading it and can't correct mistakes.

As J Cambell said, I don't think you will find a better source of on line free diving advice than Deeper Blue.
 
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HooSlayer

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...I am familiar with the material on youtube and deeperblue. I actually just liked DB on FB, hopefully that forwards new DB articles to FB, sincei don't check DB super often. I just like to have all of my interests (music, diving, fishing) under a single platform (FB) that feeds me content on my specific interests since I'm addicted to facebook and it cannot be deleted, blocked or removed from my phone (people at the phone store can't even block it).

If I can't get technical articles on freediving on facebook oh well i'll keep looking at the pretty pictures.

the first step is to admit I am powerless over my addiction to FB.
 

7BDiver

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I do not know much about facebook pages that are tutorial at all, but from reading a Manual of Freediving UP mentioned some high profile divers used to share their training regimens working up to competitions. This may prove useless to beginners but if you love to follow this stuff it is a start.
 
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