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Freediving in Costa Rica

Across generations and experience levels, freedivers are commonly lost for words to recount the feeling of moving effortlessly underwater in one breath. One thing they all agree on is that freediving is addictive. 372 more words

Costa Rica

Underwater and Synchronicity

Freediving

This week is freaking mind blowing.  At first, I think I am in the company of some sort of toolbags.  I am working every day on being less judgmental.   2,186 more words

Freediving. It is all about safety

Recently I found an article on the Internet describing  free diving as a super extreme and deadly activity. It said that people dying often during free diving . 839 more words

Dynamic Apnea

First step into Freediving

Despite the fact that the first freediving organization was founded more than 20 years ago there is still a relatively small amount of people involved in this amazing water activity (especially in comparison to scuba diving or swimming) on a constant basis. 467 more words

Dynamic Apnea

This Video Will Make You Want to Go Swimming

Some stories are just good, even if their subject matter is relatively mundane.

Take this story about Turkish freediving world record holder Sahika Ercumen. There’s no death, no explosions, no criminality, and no creepy hermit threatening the world with annihilation. 174 more words

TTM Produced

A Sonoma Coast Weekend: 5/23 + 5/24 Dive Report

I went out on the Sonoma Coast this past weekend. Saturday morning I went to a spot where I was hoping to find some big abs. 760 more words

Dive Reports

kěyǐ chī

When I taught cram school we used to play a lot of 20 questions. One of the questions my students always used to ask was “Can eat?” Though it is an incomplete statement in English, in Chinese it is widely acceptable for this to be a proper question. 122 more words

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