|Why education for advanced Freediving/APNEA ?|
Now, “better” does not necessarily mean to just go deeper or to hold your breath longer. A good free diver has a sense of own potential but even more importantly, understands the current physiological limits. You need to bring respect for the depth and above all, be a safe dive partner in order to enjoy this sport over the long run.
To fully appreciate the risks associated with free diving/APNEA.
have to distinguish between recreational snorkeling and APNEA. They are two
completely separate events. I don’t intend to over dramatize free diving,
or APNEA, as advanced free diving is better known as, but I don’t want to
understate it either. There are impacts to the body from APENA that you
need to be aware of and take seriously consider before participating in this
sport. For example, you would not expect anyone to participate in scuba
diving without being properly trained and certified. Why would APNEA be any
different in that regards? There are certain inherent risks in both sports
that one has to get educated about in order to make the activities more fun,
safer and more accessible to more people.