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About Adam Todd

Adam has been freediving and spearfishing in Miami Beach for over 10 years. His personal best breathhold is 4 minutes and 50 seconds, and his deepest freedive is 76 feet. He owns and operates Miami Beach Spearfishing and enjoys helping beginners discover the wild blue ocean on a single breath. Adam is the current Miami Barstarrz Handstand Hold champion. He also enjoys longboarding, outdoor calisthenics and spending time with his 2 young daughters.

Spearfishing in Miami Beach

Spearfishing in Miami Beach’s crystal clear, warm water is an unforgettable experience. We’re blessed with warm tropical waters that are teeming with lobsters, snappers and groupers. We have loads of wrecks and patch reefs that are in relatively shallow water that we can freedive.

If we go a bit further out the bluewater spearfishing in Miami Beach is also great. We only have to go out a few miles and we can be floating around in the deep bluewater where anything can come along! Mahi mahi and wahoos are fantastic gamefish. Our 30 foot Grady-White boat is a tank and […]

By |August 26th, 2016|Spearfishing|0 Comments

Holding Your Breath Makes You Fitter!

One of the great benefits of freediving is the effect it has on your lungs. Stronger lungs have a tangible, beneficial effect on pretty much every other function of your body. And your mind too.

Simply put, when your lungs are working efficiently you can absorb more oxygen with every breath. More oxygen makes you stronger, faster and better in every way.

Breathing is such an important part of living, but hardly anyone pays it any attention. Even serious athletes who obsess over workout routines and correct diet don’t think about how to breathe.

Freediving training is so good for you because the […]

By |August 16th, 2016|Freediving|0 Comments

The Magic of Freediving

Freediving is a combination of yoga, deep breathing techniques, relaxation, movement, meditation and the natural world.

It takes place in the wildest environment on earth, and yet you are totally relaxed and at one with nature. You move and breath and feel like a wild mammal, totally at one with the natural world.

You are disconnected from land and everything on it. As you dive and swim on a single breath, communication with anyone except yourself is impossible. It’s just you and the deep blue.

Your mind is focused on one thing – breathing. Nothing else matters.

After 20 minutes your mammalian dive reflex […]

By |August 15th, 2016|Freediving|0 Comments