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freediving in St. Petersburg, Florida

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I have just joined the forum after browsing it for a couple of weeks. It is very informative for a newcomer like me.

I have always been interested in freediving but just recently have begun to take seriusly.

I have been training on my own, but I want to get better and have some professional instructions. First I would like to know if there is anybody in the norther Virginia area that teaches freediving.

2nd. I am taking a trip down to St. Petersburg (Fl) in the near future and was wondering of any good freediving centers that give lessons down there.


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