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Free guide on the real risks of freediving and how to easily mitigate those risks
Every person who freedive's needs to be aware of all of the following information.
Welcome video start here first! (5:41)
3 main freediving safety principles and the myth of I don't push myself I know my limits. (18:05)
Learn what to do if you dive in bad visibility and can't see your buddy. (6:21)
Recovery breathing and my bullet proof buddy system. (3:19)
What is hyperventilation and why you should avoid it. (7:58)
What might you see before someone has a blackout? (4:17)
How to handle a loss of motor control and blackout at the surface. (16:31)
Why you should remove your snorkel underwater. (4:09)
Why the rescue taught in this course is different than the one I teach in my classes. (3:39)
The limitations of this freediving safety course. (2:03)
Who should not be freediving. (2:15)
As seen in Spearing Magazine Hunting in teams for spearfishing.
As seen in Spearing Magazine: The myth of I know my limits.
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Ted Talks Freediving 18 one hour episodes where I talk about all aspects of freediving. (1:35)
19 of my past articles written for Spearing Magazine, plus 10 of my Tuesday Tip 1 minute freediving educational videos. (0:52)
My 28-Day Freediving Transformation training program. (1:26)
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What is hyperventilation and why you should avoid it.
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