No Limits is the freediving discipline, in which the greatest depths are reached. The freediver is positioned vertically on a heavy metal bar or a ‘sled’ that will lead him to the established depth. The sled has a brake system with which the descent speed is controlled. Upon reaching the established level, the freediver has a lifting bag connected to aRead more
In the immersion with variable weight, the freediver helps himself using a ballast system to carry out the descent. Once the established depth has been reached, he detaches from the ballast and returns to the surface by fluttering or by pulling the guide line.
There are two modalities of descent in constant weight, “Using fins” (CWT) and “No fins” (CNF). In the no fins modality the freediver uses the arms and legs to propel himself. In the fins modalitie the freediver uses be-fin or monofin to propel himself. Once the established level has been reached, a witness plate willRead more
In Dynamic the freediver moves horizontally, keeping the body totally submerged and tries to reach as far as possible. It is performed in a swimming pool, and there are two modalities: "Dynamic fins" (DYN) and "Dynamic no fins" (DNF).