Diving Distination

Post Top Ad

My top five free diving tips and techniques to improve your diving

There are a lot of things we can do to improve our freediving skills and it starts before you even get into the water.

Here are some helpful tips you can apply to make sure you're the best diver you can be.

1-Relaxation really does matter 

There is a very strong correlation between the level of relaxation that you start your diet with, and the level of relaxation that you can carry on through that dive. When you dive in your level of relaxation affects everything, it will determine how much tension you hold in your body in your muscles, it will determine how much stress you hold in your mind.

If your stress when you hold your breath it will cause you to burn through your oxygen faster, which will then cause you to build more carbon dioxide and carbon dioxide is what gives you that urge to breathe. So here's the hot tip it's not so easy to control your mind our brains don't always want to cooperate with us when we're holding our breath and diving.

But it is much easier to control your body if you force a relaxation into your body, into your muscles it will send the signals to your brain that you are relaxed that you are safe that you are not stressed, and then your brain will in turn reciprocate that and start to relax.

2-Use less energy

If you want to spend more time on the bottom use less energy to get down.
A good duck dive can get you down three to five meters, then all you need to do is fin a few times until you become negatively buoyant and start to sink.

Time spent working on your duck dive and spinning is always time well-spent, and all you need to do is spend five minutes working on your technique every time you go through and dive and you'll be a duck diving deep diving maniac in no time.

3-Equalized often

Equalized often more often than you think you need to you should never feel pressure in your ears, you should have equalized before that pressure had time to even build up. on a dive to ten meetings, you should have equalized at least five to ten times and the equalizations that we're going for those are full pops, those little crackles or half equalizations they're just never enough to allow us to continue descending comfortably.

4-Progress you're diving slowly

I know that we all want to spend more time at the bottom more time underwater maybe we want to dive deeper, but these are things that really do come naturally the time. your body adapts very naturally to free diving as the years go on. don't rush this is a sport or activity that you can do well into your older years 50, 60, 70 years old you can still do this at a high level.

But you know what stops a person from progressing and getting better progressing too quickly and having bad experiences, every time you have a bad dive or you have a bad breath hold it will scar your mind, and every single scar will slow your progression these old negative experiences. they make a stress they make us  tense when we dive and we don't even really know what's going on, the subconscious is powerful so much more powerful than I think any of us really realize

5-Swim streamlined

If your body is nice and straight you will move through the water faster, the easiest way to ensure this is to descend or swim through the water with your chin tucked in.

The rest of your body will always follow the shape or take the lead from the position of your head, and if your neck is stretched out and you're having a look where you're going what's going to happen is your back or banana and curve, and it's a really inefficient way to be swimming through the water.

Now I know this is incredibly weird if you're not used to it, also I know that you won't be able to see where you're going and you do need to be able to see where you're going otherwise you're going to swim into a giant Cod and get swallowed whole. it's so realistically this is what I want you to do tuck your chin in and swim streamlined for the first 5 or 10 meters, where you're the most positively buoyant, and then once you have cut through all that Boise and you start become neutral or negatively buoyant, that's where you can open up and start to look around and see where you're going.

I promise you will feel so much fresher when you arrive at the bottom, which really ties back into that whole thing of use less energy could get down those are my top 5 free diving tips.

1 commentaire:

  1. Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort - Mapyro
    Harrah's Cherokee Casino Resort 아산 출장안마 in Cherokee, NC 화성 출장마사지 offers the best gaming, entertainment, and 세종특별자치 출장마사지 best casino in 세종특별자치 출장샵 the 수원 출장안마 Great Smoky Mountains.


Post Top Ad