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DOC Freediving The Guide for the First 10 Meters

FREE READER â DOC Freediving The Guide for the First 10 Meters ò GOPROLED º [EPUB] ✵ Freediving: The Guide for the First 10 Meters: A Complete Manual for the 1st Level of Freediving By Yannis Detorakis – Goproled.co.uk The book is a complete guide a manual for the 1st Level of freediviIt book is a complete guide a manual for the 1st Level of freediving techniue The writer uses his thirty years of experience as an instructor and designer of freediving courses but most of all the 15 years during which he has certifiedthan 1000 free divers in the 3 levels of diver training and describes a step by step method for reaching the first 10 meters in freedivingThe chapters of the book literally follow the new freediver through the series of steps he must take from dressing up and entering the water to his surface swimming and the adaptation of his senses inside the water as well as all the buoyancy adjustments he will have to make at the surface and before each dive The book presents the freedive as a nicely structured logical chain of skills that are explained and presented through a large number of impressive underwater photos of actual diver training Even the possible mistakes in performing the dive skills are analyzed and explained The descent to the seabed covers the greater part of the book and everything is presented in a step by step movement or skill while the reader uickly finds himself participating in the dive and trying to make the right moves Every step is explained in detail; for example the methods of eualizing the ears and the different techniues in order to learn how to eualize and avoid a blocked ear The ascent phase of the freedive is described in similar detail and presented through many actual training photos The book covers the use of the buddy system in freediving presenting the methods used for providing safety and communicating underwater The methods of planning a freedive are analyzed in detail both for the diver and for the buddy monitoring the dive The organization of a days series of freedives is also presented as a diver will have to learn how to create a daily plan of his different divesThe dangerous incidents in freediving are considered problems that block or delay the ascent while rescue techniues and safety measures are also described Dangerous situations that every freediver should know how to avoid and how to handle as a rescuer are covered in detail in the final chapter As the writer says A book cannot of course replace training or an entire dive learning program Today however our era might offer great training programs and excellent instructors but no remarkable books comprehensive techniue guides So the mission of this book is to accompany the new freediver into the sea and to help him step by step in building an excellent techniue and achieving new goals in freediving like his best trainer and dive buddyFor a paperback copy of the book please visit If you’re looking to free dive this is something to look into

Yannis Detorakis ✓ A Complete Manual for the 1st Level of Freediving EPUB

TThe book is a complete guide a manual for the 1st Level of freediving techniue The writer uses his thirty years of experience as an instructor and designer of freediving courses but most of all the 15 years during which he has certifiedthan 1000 free divers in the 3 levels of diver training and describes a step by step method for reaching the first 10 meters in freedivingThe chapters of the book literally follow the new freediver through the series of steps he must take from dressing up and entering the water to his surface swimming and the adaptation of his senses inside the water as well as all the buoyancy adjustments he will have to make at the surface and before each dive The book presents the freedive as a nicely structured logical chain of skills that are explained and presented through a large number of impressive underwater photos of actual diver training Even the possible mistakes in performing the dive skills are analyzed and explained The descent to the seabed covers the greater part of the book and everything is presented in a step by step movement or skill while the reader uickly finds himself participating in the dive and trying to make the right moves Every step is explained in detail; for example the methods of eualizing the ears and the different techniues in order to learn how to eualize and avoid a blocked ear The ascent phase of the freedive is described in similar detail and presented through many actual training photos The book covers the use of the buddy system in freediving presenting the methods used for providing safety and communicating underwater The methods of planning a freedive are analyzed in detail both for the diver and for the buddy monitoring the dive The organization of a days series of freedives is also presented as a diver will have to learn how to create a daily plan of his different divesThe dangerous incidents in freediving are considered problems that block or delay the ascent while rescue techniues and safety measures are also described Dangerous situations that every freediver should know how to avoid and how to handle as a rescuer are covered in detail in the final chapter As the writer says A book cannot of course replace training or an entire dive learning program Today however our era might offer great training programs and excellent instructors but no remarkable books comprehensive techniue guides So the mission of this book is to accompany the new freediver into the sea and to help him step by step in building an excellent techniue and achieving new goals in freediving like his best trainer and dive buddyFor a paperback copy of the book please vis pretty thorough book and covers alot definately helped me as its very hard to take a course where I live

DOC ç The Guide for the First 10 Meters ✓ Yannis Detorakis

Freediving The Guide for the First 10 Meters A Complete Manual for the 1st Level of FreedivingThe book is a complete guide a manual for the 1st Level of freediving techniue The writer uses his thirty years of experience as an instructor and designer of freediving courses but most of all the 15 years during which he has certifiedthan 1000 free divers in the 3 levels of diver training and describes a step by step method for reaching the first 10 meters in freedivingThe chapters of the book literally follow the new freediver through the series of steps he must take from dressing up and entering the water to his surface swimming and the adaptation of his senses inside the water as well as all the buoyancy adjustments he will have to make at the surface and before each dive The book presents the freedive as a nicely structured logical chain of skills that are explained and presented through a large number of impressive underwater photos of actual diver training Even the possible mistakes in performing the dive skills are analyzed and explained The descent to the seabed covers the greater part of the book and everything is presented in a step by step movement or skill while the reader uickly finds himself participating in the dive and trying to make the right moves Every step is explained in detail; for example the methods of eualizing the ears and the different techniues in order to learn how to eualize and avoid a blocked ear The ascent phase of the freedive is described in similar detail and presented through many actual training photos The book covers the use of the buddy system in freediving presenting the methods used for providing safety and communicating underwater The methods of planning a freedive are analyzed in detail both for the diver and for the buddy monitoring the dive The organization of a days series of freedives is also presented as a diver will have to learn how to create a daily plan of his different divesThe dangerous incidents in freediving are considered problems that block or delay the ascent while rescue techniues and safety measures are also described Dangerous situations that every freediver should know how to avoid and how to handle as a rescuer are covered in detail in the final chapter As the writer says A book cannot of course replace training or an entire dive learning program Today however our era might offer great training programs and excellent instructors but no remarkable books comprehensive techniue guides So the mission of this book is to accompany the new freediver into the sea and to help him step by step in building an excellent techniue and achieving new goals in freediving like his best trainer and dive buddyFor a paperback copy of the book please visi It's perfect for a really beginner It's easy to understand and the book brings you through what you need to learn to avoid the accident I think it's the first book to get to realize what is free diving