Gary Lowe - Instructor

Gary Lowe - Freedive Instrutor

Gary has been freediving professionally for over 4 years now and is one of Learn 2 Freedive's Instructors.

An Apneists UK regular at most pool sessions and outdoor sessions in the North West, Gary is one of the UK's top Mens DYN/DNF freedivers

Gary is also An AIDA International Judge (Level E) and AIDA Saftey Diver

Gary represented the UK in the 2012 World Freediving Championships as a UK Squad member. He has also trained with World Champion Freediver Sara Campbell








Gary Lowe - Freedive Instrutor

Gary is also the designer of GLOWE Freediving Fluid Goggles. Fluid goggles are standard swimming goggles with a special lens retro fitted into the goggle. The goggles are flooded with water and allow the diver to see underwater. The main advantage over this compared to a standard mask is the diver does not need to use precious air to equalise the mask. This also has an added advantage in that the diver can use a freediving nose clip an equalise against the nose clip instead of using the hands to equalise as is the usual manner.

These goggles are used by world class freedivers including World Champion William Trubridge


Quote:These are the fluid goggles I used at the world champs in Greece. They are the best I've ever tried, with smaller more convex lenses that allow for near-perfect vision underwater at close and far proximity, somehow without affecting field of view. I could read the smallest writing on my gauge, and you could probably spearfish with them if you wanted to! They are comfortable and close-fitting as well, so all the boxes have been ticked!





Contact:

E-mail: Steve@freedivers.co.uk Phone: 07940998915

Freediving, when practised properly, is a very safe sport. However there are risks so always dive with the supervision of a QUALIFIED and competent buddy. Never hold your breath alone, even in water as shallow as your bath. Someone needs to be there who knows exactly what they are looking for and what to do in case of a blackout. A casual observer or even a lifeguard who hasn't been specifically trained in apnea would not be suitable.