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Would you like to learn to hold your breath?

We are developing a digital training service and now we are looking for a testers. In the exercise program, you will become familiar with the techniques used by freedivers, learn the basics of breathing, and gain the ability to practice breath holding safely.

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INCREASE YOUR BREATH HOLDING TIME

Are you a freediver, scuba diver, surfer, open water swimmer, paddler or other water sports enthusiast? The exercise program allows you to increase safety and to become more relaxed in your hobby. After just a few weeks of training, you will be able to hold your breath around two minutes.

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INCREASE YOUR OXYGEN UPTAKE

Breathing exercises can increase your oxygen uptake. With this exercise program, you will strengthen the muscles of your respiratory system, increase your endurance and carbon tolerance, and activate your body's own production of the Epo hormone.

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RELAXATION

Breathing exercises stimulate the vagus nerve. The purpose of the vagus nerve is to lower your heart rate and blood pressure and to lower the levels of stress hormones in your body.  By activating the parasympathetic nervous system with breathing exercises, you can consciously relax yourself.

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Johanna Nordblad

ICE DIVING WORLD RECORD HOLDER

Every time I dive, something happens deep inside me.  My mind goes empty.

Contrary to many people's beliefs, freediving is not an extreme sport. It is about relaxation.

Thanks to breath hold training, I can get myself relaxed and to a state of emptiness. When relaxed less oxygen is used which lets me dive further.

Johanna Nordblad

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