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James Nestor's Guide to Free Diving

In his book Deep: Free Diving, Renegade Science, and What the Ocean Tells Us About Ourselves, James Nestor explains how he learned to free dive. For Nestor the process was not as simple as just getting into the water and learning to hold his breath. 430 more words

Self Awareness

Free Diving - Things to Do in Taipei

A few years ago, I didn’t even know free diving exists.

Last fall we noticed a group wearing wetsuits in the Taipei Grand Hotel’s swimming pool during one of our weekend adventures in the city. 921 more words

Activities Guide

Australia Travel Stories: Not-So-Free Diving

As I was talking to an acquaintance, the conversation turned to free diving.

“Do you know how deep competitive free divers can go?” I asked “It’s way deeper than scuba divers!” 294 more words

Free Diving

Unsalted Snorkeling

Halfway through August, we are nearing the end of our “summer B&B” season. Summer’s not over yet, though, and splashing in the water with our work friends (who just wrapped up a week-long visit) whetted our appetite for more time in our unsalted waters. 347 more words

Photography

Undead Free Dive

INTRODUCTION

The following post is a fan fiction attempt related to the zombie collection by horror author Brian Keene.

The process of writing a zombie novel led me to the discovery of Keene’s… 1,827 more words

Fan Fiction

The Turning Point

I’m exhausted. My water is running low and I’m a bit late in realizing that I should have packed some calories. Funny little muscles I didn’t even know I had are making jokes on my behalf and I’m not laughing. 844 more words

Adventure

Weekly Press Review - 7 August 2015

Free diving is a sport of which I have very little knowledge, but as tributes begin to pour in for the missing Russian free diver Natalia Molchanova, it is clear that it is an extremely dangerous pursuit, enjoyed by like minded spirits with a great sense of discipline and a great love of the ocean. 170 more words

Weekly Press Review