Freediving

Last updated on September 22nd, 2021

Freediving, free-diving, free diving, breath-hold diving, or skin diving is a form of underwater diving that relies on breath-holding until resurfacing rather than the use of breathing apparatus such as scuba gear. Besides the limits of breath-hold, immersion in water and exposure to high ambient pressure also have physiological effects that limit the depths and duration possible in freediving.

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    • The Freediving Podcast The Freediving Podcast is with competitive freediver and freediving instructor, Renee Blundon. It is the result of her passion for freediving and for living a healthy, active, lifestyle. She offers vital information and tips about; how to improve your health & nutrition for freediving, how to improve your breathing and breath-holding, as well as your fitness and training for freediving, not only so you can freedive better but so you can live the most EPIC life possible. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      010: Rethink Your Breathing - Part 2 Mouth Breathing vs Nose Breathing - The Power of the Breath & Epic Wellness

      "The Nose Is For Breathing, The Mouth is for Eating." How do you breathe? Through your mouth or through your nose? It might be something you've never given much thought about. But on this episode, competitive freediver, Renee Blundon, will try to convince you that you should.  Breathing through the nose, Renee believes, is the secret to better health, wellbeing and performance. And yet, most of us breathe through our mouths, breathing too fast and shallow, so our health and performance is not nearly as optimal as it could be. In this episode, Renee reviews the physiology of nasal breathing versus mouth breathing, and how breathing IS NOT a byproduct of what you're doing, nasal breathing in indigenous cultures, animals when it comes to nose versus mouth breathing, the unawareness about mouth breathing and how breathing through the nose while exercising / training is more beneficial than breathing through the mouth because you can make BETTER decisions. This is part 2 of 2, so make sure to listen to the previous episode! Time Stamps: 0:00 Introduction 1:32 How our lungs eating the air 2:43 Mouth breathing and the bad human zoo we live in today 3:56 Breathing is NOT a byproduct of what we're doing 4:16 Indigenous cultures DID NOT open their mouth when hunting or gathering 6:03 Animals when it comes to mouth versus nasal breathing 8:01 Mouth breathing for performance - there's a time and a place for it 8:35 Unawareness about mouth breathing 9:00 Freediving and mouth versus nose breathing 10:00 Breathing through the nose while working-out / training 12:04 Nose breathing for performance - making better decisions 14:30 Conclusion Resources / References: You can join the open source information network for this podcast at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/powerofthebreath To subscribe to my Friday 5 newsletter visit: https://www.reneeblundon.com/subscribe/ My contact information: [email protected] SOCIAL MEDIA Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reneeblundon/ Website: https://www.reneeblundon.com/ Twitter: https://twitter.com/reneelblundon Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/reneeblundon.freediver Facebook Group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/powerofthebreath
      1. 010: Rethink Your Breathing - Part 2 Mouth Breathing vs Nose Breathing
      2. 009: Rethink Your Breathing - Part 1 Mouth Breathing vs Nose Breathing
    • The Freedive Cafe The World's Dedicated Freediving Podcast The dedicated Freediving Podcast. Long-form interviews with freedivers from around the world. Go deep with some of the deepest humans on Earth! Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      #116 | Gary McGrath | Training Talk - The Freedive Cafe Podcast

      Gary McGrath is and English competitive freediver. His first appearance was episode #109.This is a Training Talk episode. The Training Talk questions are:What is your favourite freediving discipline and why? Do you have a coach and who do you train with? Do you periodise your training through the year? What kind of dry training do you do?Do you have a dry EQ practice, if so, what kind of exercises?Describe your favourite pool training sessions, if you train in the pool.How do you structure depth training sessions and how does it change through the year or the season?What are you doing, in your mind, in the 2 minutes before your deep dives?Do you do warm up? How? Or why not?Do you pack? How many times?At what depth do you begin your freefall?Do you count your kicks or strokes?Hands up or down on the ascent?Do you exhale before surfacing or remove the noseclip before surfacing?Do you do recovery or hook breathing?What is your experience with narcosis and how do you deal with it?Have you ever experienced decompression related symptoms?Do you drink coffee, alcohol or smoke?What is the one piece of nutrition advice you would give?Do you take any supplements?What lifestyle or mindset change helped you improve more than anything else? Which person, or persons have influenced your own approach to freediving the most?What do you like to do on rest days and do you have any strategies to speed up your recovery?Describe your deepest dive in detail.What is your favourite memory so far from your freediving journey?What was the best place you ever freedived?
      1. #116 | Gary McGrath | Training Talk
      2. #115 | Claire Paris | Freediving for Science
    • DeeperBlue Podcast Your weekly guide to everything happening around the world… underwater. Every week we cover all the latest about Scuba, Freediving, Dive Travel, and the Oceans. We also talk to THE most interesting people in the dive world, from world-famous underwater pioneers to fearless modern explorers. So join us…as we explore… the DeeperBlue. Click play_circle_filled to listen to an episodecancel

      Szilvia Gogh on the wonder at-risk-youth have on their first ever dive, and Jim Ritterhoff on why recreational diving is now dead - DeeperBlue Podcast

      Welcome to season 3 of the DeeperBlue Podcast!  In this last episode of the season we cover: The latest scuba diving, freediving, ocean, and diving travel news that has happened in the last week from around the world underwater with host Stephan Whelan and co-host Linden WolbertThen co-host Linden Wolbert speaks with Scuba Diver,  Stunt Woman, and Photojournalist Szilvia Gogh on the wonder at-risk-youth have on their first-ever diveWe then hear a top tip from Jim Ritterhoff, co-founder and executive director of non-profit Force Blue, on why recreational diving is now dead And then finally we hear another listener-submitted Best Dive Ever from Steve Weaver who tells us about diving the devil's highwayIf you’d like to be notified when new shows air, please subscribe to the show in your favorite podcast app or head to deeperblue.com/podcast to signup for the newsletter.Season 3 of the DeeperBlue Podcast is brought to you by Suunto.  Finnish engineering pioneering adventure from mountain top to ocean floor since 1936.Don't forget to give us ★★★★★, leave a review, and tell your friends about us - every share and like really makes a difference!
      1. Szilvia Gogh on the wonder at-risk-youth have on their first ever dive, and Jim Ritterhoff on why recreational diving is now dead
      2. Emma Farrell on the cathedral she found at the bottom of a Scottish Loch, and Szilvia Gogh on why it's never really Christmas for divers
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