Learning the proper equalizing technique for Freediving.
Few things are more important for freedivers than learning the proper equalizing technique. Let me teach you how to Frenzel, which is the best method for depths below 20 feet. Sign up for a one-on-one training session with me using Skype video.
Many new freedivers use the Valsalva equalization method. The Valsalva method works fine for scuba diving, because when a scuba diver takes a breath, his or her lungs are fully expanded, just like on land. A scuba diver is mostly equalizing while in a head-up feet-down position, so the air naturally rises to ones ears where it is needed.
However, the Valsalva method results in difficulties when equalizing in depths below 20 feet. During descent, a freediver is head-down feet-up, forcing the air to “rise” away from where we need it. Also, the deeper we go, the smaller our lungs become.
That is why, for freediving, the Frenzel method is the much better equalization method. I have successfully switched over more than 300 students from Valsalva to Frenzel. I have many methods of teaching Frenzel techniques.
In your personal one-on-one Skype video session, I will tell you which method of equalization you are using. If you are using the wrong method, I will show you how to switch over to Frenzel. We can also discuss any problems certified freedivers are having equalizing at deeper depths.
These Skype video equalizing training sessions run about an hour and cost $175.00
I now have the entire method that I teach during my skype session in the Road Map to Frenzel video series. Its 13 videos with over 2 hours of content. You can purchase the videos @ www.Immersionfreediving.com/store for $29.95
Why Choose Immersion Freediving over the hundreds of newly minted Freediving Instructors
If you are interested in scheduling a skype session please email me tedharty@Immersionfreediving.com or use the form below, to schedule the sessions and arrange payment.
Immersion Freediving was founded in 2010 with the goal of offering the most comprehensive freediving courses on the market, while teaching students to dive deeper, stay longer, and most importantly become safer. My approach is to take the skills that I have developed as a 279ft competitive free diver and modify those techniques so they are applicable to a recreational freediver or spearfisherman. I will fundamentally and permanently alter your approaching to freediving by showing you the Immersion way.