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My freedive training philosophy
THE RIGHT TRAINING
To get better, you need to be doing the right drills and exercises. At the base level, they need to build technique, skills, fitness, and confidence. The more specific this is to you, the faster you will become a better freediver.
THE RIGHT TIME
Where you are in your freediving journey, and what is holding you back most will change how to best approach your training. Training is like assembling lego-blocks. You cannot put on the finishing touches, until the bases are built. To see results from your training, you need to work on the right things at the right time.
THE RIGHT WAY
Your training needs to be correctly structured according to the 3 universal training principles. Training too hard, peaking too often, and neglecting your recovery before a big PB attempt is dangerous, and detrimental to your freediving. Proper structure will help you avoid these things, and provide everything you need for short and long term improvements.
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“With his book Nathan proves that he is a freediver who can think outside the box. Freedive training is far behind, compared to the professional standard of most other sports. This is why we need to critically check common training methods and come up with new ideas to achieve our goals. By looking at well established training methods, Nathan draws convincing and useful conclusions for freediving which can inspire even oldtimers but are certainly of help for beginners and those who feel like the training concepts they have applied have been a dead end.”
– Tom Sietas
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