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Ted Harty

Freediving Contributor

Ted Harty started teaching scuba in 2005. He was originally an instructor for NAUI, PADI and SSI. He became an Performance Freediving International Instructor (PFI) in 2009, and founded Immersion Freediving in 2010. He was the captain of the 2012 USA Freediving team, a USA freediving record holder, and 279ft freediver. He is a PFI Instructor Trainer as well as a PFI Advanced Instructor. He teaches people to dive deeper, stay longer and become safer, 5 students at a time year round in Fort Lauderdale. You can see his course schedule @ www.Immersionfreediving.com

Stories by Ted
Improve Your Air Consumption
Training In the Water

How To Improve Your Air Consumption

Breathing like this also lowers your heart rate, which will help your air consumption.

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snorkel tips
Training Freediving

Tips For The Lowly Snorkel

This slight change in setup will absolutely reduce the amount of water you get in your snorkel, which will benefit any diver, regardless of experience.

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New stuff
Vobster Quay

Virgin Start-Up Backed Company Creating Artificial Reef at Vobster Quay

A Virgin Start-Up-backed company, ARC Marine, is creating an artificial reef at premier U.K. dive site Vobster Quay in 2017.
by Kathryn Curzon
First Technical Diving Course

Your First Technical Diving Course

If you’re a recreational diver who’s decided to take your first technical diving course, what should you expect to learn?
by Richard Devanney
Reef Check

Conservation Spotlight: Reef Check

In this series of articles, we’ll profile conservation organizations focused on ocean protection. Today we’re profiling Reef Check.
by Hélène Reynaud
using a compass underwater

Using a Compass Underwater

Many divers stop learning about underwater navigation after their first open-water course. But using a compass underwater properly is a vital skill.
by Marcus Knight