The world's leading scuba diving association PADI offers freediving courses in Latvia, where you can get Freediver certificates - Freediver, Advanced Freediver and Master Freediver. Freediving instructor in Latvia Valters Preimanis has successfully trained as an instructor qualification certification course in Dahab, Egypt, which lasted a month and dived to a depth of 40 meters in the Red Sea with one breath. Thanks to the successful cooperation with PADI, the winner of the title of Elite Platinum Instructor, Master Scuba Diver Trainer Valters Preimanis is the first PADI Freediver Instructor, a certified freediving instructor in Latvia, who can teach scuba hunters and all those interested in freediving courses.
Walter has trained with a PADI US freediving instructor, a freediving US world record holder. To qualify as an instructor, you must meet all the requirements in many freediving disciplines, as well as be able to provide first aid to a freediver in distress.
Necessary disciplines in a freediving course in Latvia
- Shortness of breath - Static apnea (STA)
- Scuba diving with or without fins - Dynamic apnea (DYN / DNF)
- Scuba diving with weight - Constant weight (CWT / CNF)
- Freestyle Immersion - Free immersion (FIM)
A diver learns basic freediving courses in Latvia
- Pre-diving warm-up exercises, stretching and relaxation
- Techniques for maximum respiration
- How to assist a diver
- Techniques for diving into the right depth
- Choosing the right equipment and weight
- Rescue of a diver before unconsciousness - LMC (Loss of motor control)
- Rescuing a diver unconscious (Blackout) underwater
Freediving differs from scuba diving / diving in that it does not use scuba diving breathing equipment, breathing devices - the freediver dives only by himself and the air drawn into the lungs.
Working out freediving
Before starting this diving, a person must prepare, perform lung warm-up and breathing exercises, as well as physical warm-up of the overall body. By engaging in freediving, it is possible to test the maximum possibilities of your mind and body. In this form of underwater sport, it is possible to learn various exercises and skills to "calm the mind", which helps to hold your breath for longer, says freediver Valters Preimanis, who has been practicing breathing training, freediving and underwater hunting since 2010.
Freediving in Latvia
The freediving course is popular among underwater hunters and travelers who want to enjoy the underwater world without scuba diving equipment, diving balloons.
Apply for freestyle courses in Latvia by calling t.22077202 or using contact form.