Freedive Magazine



freedive magazine


Freedive Magazine has launched on a new platform. For those of you who haven't yet seen the magazine, Freedive Magazine is a quarterly magazine that brings you amazing stories, beautiful photos and hot topics within the world of Freediving, including training videos, interviews, amazing locations and stunning videos.

For those of you who have subscribed, or wish to subscribe you can now purchase the magazine directly from the website. This change in platform will give the editor and owner better control over the quality of the magazine and also it is now possible to offer the product at reduced overheads which has been passed on directly to customers in the form of a reduction in price for the online magazine. A reduction in price without a reduction in quality will help boost sales and get the word out there that this magazine is here to stay.

Issue 7 is now available on the new platform, with subscriptions available to receive previous issues. Issue seven of Freedive Magazine is the most exciting issue yet! In this issue Aharon Solomons tells us about the ever intriguing Frenzel Maneuver. We welcome Scuba Diver Girls (Margo and Stephanie) to the issue – asking them questions about what got them into freediving. Martin Zapanta tells us about the origins of his life as an underwater photographer – also sharing with us some of his greatest work. Sara Campbell highlights the role mental health plays in the ultimate performance of a freediver. Mike Wells explores the necessity of having a solid risk management plan in place to ensure diver safety – also highlighting what systems he uses. John Fifer talks about one of the most beloved marine animals – sharks. The wonderful Amber Bourke tells us about the importance of dive clubs. Plus lots of other exciting content including: photography, location highlights, new and exciting applications, we introduce our new website and so much more!

Buy a copy now at  our website HERE and let us know your thoughts, hope you enjoy the read.



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Freediving, when practised properly, is a very safe sport. However there are risks so always dive with the supervision of a QUALIFIED and competent buddy. Never hold your breath alone, even in water as shallow as your bath. Someone needs to be there who knows exactly what they are looking for and what to do in case of a blackout. A casual observer or even a lifeguard who hasn't been specifically trained in apnea would not be suitable.