Las Vegas, NV – Freediving is an activity that is just starting to gain widespread popularity. But a lot of people are lost on how exactly to get started in freediving or find resources geared towards the newbie. Freedive Nomad – Total Beginner Freedive Podcast is solving the problem by bringing freediving close to home for everyone. As a former finance expert that has found rejuvenation in freediving, Freedive Nomad, the brain behind Total Beginner Freedive Podcast understands the information budding freedivers seek before starting their journey into the art of one breath diving and is happy to announce the launch of a freedive podcast.
Interested freedivers can take advantage of the Total Beginner Freedive Podcast to learn more about the activity. The podcast promises some of the most interesting information as it goes through the basics and essentials of freediving while also highlighting the risks of the activity. Each episode of the freedive podcast is just 5-10 minutes long and gives listeners a brief overview of important beginner topics in freediving. It aims to help the beginner navigate the world of freediving and lead them to understand taking a freedive course is the safest and most enjoyable way to learn freediving.
This podcast is also meant for the experienced freediver to share with their friends and family to help them understand the activity they love or for freedive instructors to share with their prospective students.
The first episode of the podcast, titled “What is Freediving” explains what exactly is freediving as it’s often confused with other forms of diving like scuba diving or skin diving.
The second episode, “Is freediving dangerous” highlights the single biggest danger when freediving and why taking a course is essential to significantly reduce the risks associated with the activity.
Podcast listeners will also enjoy a variety of other informative topics, including “How to watch a freedive competition,” “Mammalian dive reflex and freediving,” “Wim Hof Breathing and Freediving,” “Freedive course prerequisite,” and more.
Raymond Ko, describing the third episode of the podcast titled “My Octopus Teacher Sucked” said that it “points out the main subject of the Oscar award-winning documentary was an untrained freediver and explains the life-threatening mistakes he made while freediving. The key message is that everyone should take a freedive course if they want to freedive; otherwise they risk their lives every time they dive.”
Offering freedive courses on the platform Freedive Nomad Taiwan, he also takes listeners through the basic components of a freedive course to help them visualize what taking a course will entail. Visitors on the website will also have access to podcasts that touch on freedive equipment primer and the benefits of freediving.
Learn more about the beautiful activity of freediving from Freedive Nomad – Total Beginner Freedive Podcast. Visit their website to get started or call +1 (702) 721-9377.