“Freediving is a lifestyle. Divers improve by training consistently, and it is between certification courses when a person internalizes progress and develops as a freediver”.
  • We have fixed a day that you can put in your calendar and dedicate it to a regular training;
  • You will have a set of exercises for each training. There will be different exercises suitable for all levels. There are at least 3 levels, so you will be able to challenge yourself every time;
  • Cozy, quiet facilities to host training activities and cover all freediving needs (Check yourself);
  • Main rule of freediving is “never freedive alone”, so you will always have a buddy;
  • Lifeguard is NOT a buddy! Remember that you need a dedicated and qualified buddy to do in;
  • Water apnea training in a pool (STA, DYN, DNF), there is no exception to this rule. Again, a lifeguard on duty DOES NOT qualify as a buddy.

Most accessible training form

Before becoming a real freediver, you will need to have lengthy training. And it’s better to do under the guidance of experienced instructors who are true professionals in their field. In particular, in order to become a good diver, you need to train skills such as static apnea and dynamic apnea. After all, during the dive, you can only rely on your body, which should be well trained.

Training static apnea is usually carried out in swimming pools and is a necessary preliminary stage before the beginning of a serious dive. There are various techniques and exercises for the development of this skill. These exercises contain not only the physical component but also the mental training, which is often compared with meditation. That is because you will have to not waste any energy on unneeded activity and stop to think.

Static Mondays is an accessible form of education. Training is usually held in the pool, but there are many forms of dry static training too.