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From US freediving national record holder and multipotentialite, Renee Blundon, comes the ultimate podcast for anyone looking for more passion and purpose in their lives. Featuring candid interviews with athletes, artists, authors, entrepreneurs and influencers, as well as deep dives into topics like nutrition, health, fitness, mindfulness and motivation, the Renee Blundon Podcast has everything you need to level up your life! New episodes premiere the last Friday of every month.

Join the Facebook group at: Renee Blundon Podcast Community to keep the conversation going during the week.

The Renee Blundon Podcast Renee Blundon

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From US freediving national record holder and multipotentialite, Renee Blundon, comes the ultimate podcast for anyone looking for more passion and purpose in their lives. Featuring candid interviews with athletes, artists, authors, entrepreneurs and influencers, as well as deep dives into topics like nutrition, health, fitness, mindfulness and motivation, the Renee Blundon Podcast has everything you need to level up your life! New episodes premiere the last Friday of every month.

Join the Facebook group at: Renee Blundon Podcast Community to keep the conversation going during the week.

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    016: Why do I Freedive? In a Nutshell

    016: Why do I Freedive? In a Nutshell

    Freediving allows me that escape to another world, and has me challenge and question what it is that I think I know. It humbles and broadens my perspective, with every dive a new experience filled with surprises, opening my mind to a new level of awareness. 
    You can join the open source information network for this podcast at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/reneeblundonpodcast
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    SOCIAL MEDIA
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    Website: https://www.reneeblundon.com/
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    • 1 min
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    015: How to Be Happy / How to Choose to Be Happy

    015: How to Be Happy / How to Choose to Be Happy

    We are really lucky in that we can choose to build relationships, friendships and the community around us, as we persue our goals and passions in life, which I think is a key step in choosing to be happy :)
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    • 4 min
    014: Apnea Squats Challenge - A Dry Training for Freediving

    014: Apnea Squats Challenge - A Dry Training for Freediving

    This episode about the Apnea Squats Challenge, an AWESOME dry training for freediving to prepare the legs for constant weight freediving and dynamic apnea in the pool.
    To do this training, you always start with a static apnea breath-hold sitting on a chair (minimum 60 seconds static) and then do as many squats as you can (must be a 90 degree angle minimum). REPEAT TWICE. 5 times per week.
    The breathe-up is tidal breathing + 2 purge breaths, and then one full breath. No more than that.
    This training is unique because it goes by a point system. You get 1 point per second of breath-hold and 5 points per squat. My goal was to get 350-450 points in the first week, which I achieved on the 3rd session. (Totally up to you what you want to set your goal to.)
    The badges for the Apnea Squats Challenge are:
    Green badge = 200 points Blue badge = 300 points Red badge = 400 points Gold badge = 500 points If you have a good static apnea breath-hold time, you may want to consider doing a longer static apnea (i.e. 2-3 minutes static apnea), before doing the squats. You may be able to get more points that way. It's just not allowed to do less than a 60 second breath-hold, but you can always do longer ;)

    Resources / References:
    Florian Dagoury's Instagram
    You can join the open source information network for this podcast at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/reneeblundonpodcast
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    My contact information:
    info@reneeblundon.com
    SOCIAL MEDIA
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reneeblundon/
    Website: https://www.reneeblundon.com/
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    • 8 min
    013: Training Journal: Swimming Base Training Sesh

    013: Training Journal: Swimming Base Training Sesh

    Today is day 1 of my 2022 freediving season. It's been almost two weeks since the Freediving World Cup competition, which marked the end of my 2021 season, and now I'm excited to apply all of the new insights I've learned throughout this year. Today I begin base training, starting with a swimming training session, designed by my coach Florian Dagoury. This training is aimed to stretch the ribcage, train the muscles to use O2 slower with less lactic, providing a mild CO2 workout. I like it because it also gets you super fit!!

    Go to reneeblundon.com for the swim training program and show notes.
    Resources / References:
    Florian Dagoury's Instagram
    You can join the open source information network for this podcast at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/reneeblundonpodcast
    To subscribe to my Friday 5 newsletter visit: https://www.reneeblundon.com/friday-5/
    My contact information:
    info@reneeblundon.com
    SOCIAL MEDIA
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reneeblundon/
    Website: https://www.reneeblundon.com/
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    • 14 min
    Low Oxalate Eating for Freediving Performance

    Low Oxalate Eating for Freediving Performance

    A discussion with Sally Norton and Renee Blundon about oxalates and how they impact freediving, athletic performance and overall health.
    We will discuss; what ARE oxalates, what foods are they in, how the ‘super foods’ we are consuming may not be so super (!!!), how low oxalate eating can be extremely beneficial for health and athletic performance & recovery AND MORE!
    Resources / References:
    For more info about low oxalate nutrition and/or to set-up a consultation call with Sally Norton, you can check-out her website at: sallyknorton.com
    You can join the open source information network for this podcast at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/reneeblundonpodcast
    To subscribe to my Friday 5 newsletter visit: https://www.reneeblundon.com/friday-5/
    My contact information:
    info@reneeblundon.com
    SOCIAL MEDIA
    Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/reneeblundon/
    Website: https://www.reneeblundon.com/
    Twitter: https://twitter.com/reneelblundon
    Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/reneeblundon.official
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    • 56 min
    011: Freediving Visualization - Visualize Your Dive!

    011: Freediving Visualization - Visualize Your Dive!

    Today's episode is a guided freedive visualization, that you can listen to anytime before your freedive. Renee will guide you in creating an inspiring vivid mental picture of a deep target dive from start to finish.
    Many freediving athletes routinely use visualization techniques as part of their mental training for freediving. It helps to enhance your techniques just through mental repetition and rehearsal, and it helps to cultivate a heightened state of mental awareness, which can boost your self confidence for your dives as well as your overall well-being, therefore enhancing performance on your freedives.
    Time Stamps:
    0:00 Introduction 1:34 Why do a freediving visualization? 2:25 When and where to do a freedive visualization? 2:55 Info & instructions for this guided session 4:13 The dive visualization 18:04 Conclusion Resources / References:
    Sara Campbell - Discover Your Depths
    https://www.discoveryourdepths.com/


    You can join the open source information network for this podcast at: https://www.facebook.com/groups/reneeblundonpodcast
    To subscribe to my Friday 5 newsletter visit: https://www.reneeblundon.com/friday-5/
    My contact information:
    info@reneeblundon.com
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    • 19 min

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