Free-diving training also begins at the table: download the program created by the athletic trainer of the free-diving champions.
As a freediver, I know the sensations of the descent and ascent from the bottom in apnea.
By combining direct experience with training as a molecular biologist and athletic trainer, I was able to develop a specific nutritional protocol for deep apnea and underwater sports.
I had the opportunity to structure a free-diving training program for great Italian and international free-divers.
Apnea training understood in this way embraces every area on which we can act to improve the physiological response of the body in apnea, from molecular nutrition, to hypoxic / dynamic training up to specific food supplementation.
The greatest satisfaction was precisely to find the benefits of this approach, not only in terms of results but precisely in physical sensations of greater strength, endurance and shorter recovery times by the athletes.
we can act to improve the physiological response of the body in apnea
Jacopo Querci, PhD Molecular Biologist
Free-diving training: the six fundamental nutritional phases
In the nutritional field, the nutritional program for apnea is structured in six basic phases that follow one another starting three months before the date of the performance.
Precisely to promote the great role that nutrition can play in sports and in particular in underwater sports, I want to share the structured nutritional program for professional free-divers of international fame.
In addition to the six fundamental nutritional phases for apnea, the introduction of the document will help you understand the molecular and physiological processes that come into play during apnea and their effects on the body.