Exploring the Breath, Both In and Out of the Water

by Sarah Pierroz Freediving Populations  Human populations have a long history of exploring the breath underwater. For example, Ama divers, in Japan, have used long breath-holding techniques to harvest shellfish and seaweed at depths of twenty meters for more than 2000 years. Sea nomads, namely the ‘Bajau Laut’ are also skilled divers, who live a […]

5 tips to increase your breath-hold time

Want to increase your breath hold time in just a few short minutes? These tips can make a big difference in the comfort and length of your breath holds! IMPORTANT: Freediving is potentially dangerous if practiced alone. The number one rule for freediving is to always, always dive with a buddy who is trained on […]