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This course is designed for people that have no desire to train depth, but are interested in pool disciplines and breath hold techniques. It can also act as a temporary, or pool section of the full AIDA level 2 course if needed. The student will gain freediving theoretical knowledge and practical applications n the pool setting over the space of 1.5 days.
This course offers a solid foundation for the student who will finish with confidence on safety procedures, swimming and breath hold techniques that will act as a perfect base to continue in depth or further pool training.
A theory session, practical session for breathing and relaxation techniques, a stretching session, and three pool sessions.
What is covered:
-physiology of freediving
-blackout and loss of motor control (lmc) prevention
– must be 18 year old or 16 with parent or guardian consent
– must be able to swim 200 m no stop without fins or 300 m no stop with fins, mask and snorkel
To successfully complete the course the student must perform a 2 minutes static breath hold, and swim 40 meters underwater.
What to bring:
towel, freediving wetsuit, fins, snorkel and mask, weight belt and weights (if possible)
What is supplied:
Educational material (given to you before course starts)
freedive equipment if necessary.