Unlock greater clarity and confidence in your freediving. Get a manual of 39 freediving exercises for effectively training static, pool, and depth! Plus cross-training guidance based on 4 general areas of fitness for freediving.
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A manual of 36 freediving exercises for effectively training static, pool, and depth! Plus lifetime access to our online Training Academy community.
Get a system for improving your freedive fitness with detailed descriptions and full explanations of 36 exercises (many never before heard of in freediving!) that can be used to create personalised training plans.
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Targeting your weakest links
Static, pool, and depth!
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If you’re using the wrong freedive exercises in your training, then you can easily become 'stuck' in your progression or ‘burnt out' from repeating highly demanding workouts. Resulting in disappointment and frustration, plus a lack of confidence in your capabilities.
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SERIOUSLY THOUGH, DON'T HOPE FOR IT, TRAIN FOR IT
One of the most important parts of training for freediving, or any sport for that matter, is making sure you’re selecting and performing the right exercises.
These exercises need to be the right ones for you. They need to build the technical skill-set, physical strengths, and mental attributes that you need to improve and perform well in your sport, in this case, freediving.
These technical, physical, and mental adaptations are what we’d call sport-specific fitness, and it’s through this careful and specific exercise selection that we can effectively build our individual sport-specific fitness.
In other words, we cannot simply think, hope, or dream our way to new freediving PBS – sorry! Instead, we actually need to engage in freedive training if we want to get better.
This book is about that training. It’s about the exercises that I believe play the most important role in helping you improve your sport-specific fitness for freediving, and therefore improve your freediving performance and capabilities overall.
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The handbook has made all the difference. I used to just show up to the pool and training was decided by coincidence and random thoughts during recovery breathing, and no progress was planned for. Now I can even enjoy freediving while planning how to train, it’s a win-win.
I love the RV training and feel the differences already in my pressure adaptation and Mouthfill control !!
I spent to many years repeating depth dives and FRC with the same problems and results and now I actually can feel the changes and adaptation happening
My favourite exercise is the apnea sprint with a taped up front snorkel. I can do it while crawling or with monofin. And I can do without a buddy. It makes it very versatile and still good training that I can dial up or down in intensity
In the past years I practically always did the same things. Just doing some 25 or 50 meters and focus on all my areas of improvement at once. These training days were becoming dull without any variety.
Then I came across your book. The information is really clearly written. Especially splitting the exercises into the trainable parts was an eyeopener. It made me think differently about training, schemes, and exercises. I would almost say it broaded my way of thinking. I’m still in the process of “designing” my training schemes based on my goals, but with the information in your book, I’m able to make more various training exercises, focused on specific elements of the areas I want to improve.
It's good to have such a solid background of knowledge for creating training programs.It's a different approach to do the excercises without contractions. This will probably change a lot of details of the trainings I used to do. My contractions are often habitual. So I like the ‘no-contraction’ approach.
Awesome book. I like how it realtes to what I've been going through (frustration with my freediving performance) and how it gives a clear path in an organised and digestible way. I made a training plan with the main training exercises and accessory exercises to tackle all aspects of my freedive learning curve.
I love your handbook. Its very very concise and has good explanations that anyone with a minimal background can follow. I love that you are always reminding us that we need to work on our weakness and I really like the idea of diving without constantly “training to failure” like we iften learn.
I often use the handbook to have a good Plan for me and my students and to make Training not boring.
The handbook has made my training much more structured. I actually have a goal or purpose for each training session and a way to focus on areas that need more work. My favourite exercises are FRC dives (because it addresses the main limiting factor I have in diving deeper) and the repetition training because it helps me feel stronger when diving.
The exercise list was an eye opener! It exposed me to so many different things to try and how to use the accessory exercises to address any given problem.
The handbook has made me re-think many of the existing drills I run and the structure of the programmes I run them in. Now I have slowly begun progress again, after having stalled at a plateau. Volume without constant intensity is a much more "realistic" method for longevity in a sport, where a little kindness to your nervous system goes a long way.
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