Molchanovs Wave 2
Price: 235 €
You can finish Molchanovs Wave 2 depth course at once or in two parts – pool part Lap 2 and depth part Wave 2. Why is it convenient this way? Because you can choose how to complete the course!
By receiving Lap 2 certificate, you gain access to Molchanovs weekly training program for pool disciplines, WORKOUT and our club pool training, so to get to the depth parts, you only need to train freediving techniques that will teach you comfortable diving in the depth of up to 30m.
18 years of age (16 with a parent/guardian consent), completed medical examination form (or medical certificate), Release of Liability form, Molchanovs Lap 1 or Wave 1 certificate, other program certificate of the corresponding level (with completed Molchanovs Wave 1 crossover evaluation)
Course materials in Czech language! Full course manual for Molchanovs Wave / Lap 1 is officially translated to Slovak and is available for all registered students on their Molchanovs profile (Dashboard).
Once you are registered, you can start preparing for the course. Read the online manual, watch all videos available for online course and test your knowledge via online quiz.
We will go through full theory together either during the course or online.
Why choose online preparation?
You can get T2 certificate and access to dry Molchanovs Base Training even before starting the course.
History of freediving: the first two stages, ancient freediving, applied freediving
Physics: Dalton’s law and Henry’s law, shallow water blackout
Physiology: breath-holding preparation, deep and long freediving, physiological adaptations, your freediving potential
Breathing and relaxation: improvement of relaxation phase, visualization exercises
Equalization: air control and Frenzel technique, equalization exercises, tips for correct equalization
Diving techniques: deep freediving, freefall, improvement of no-fins technique
Mental technique: mindfulness technique (full awareness), mindfulness for static, dynamic, and depth disciplines
Potential trauma: causes of middle ear barotrauma, pulmonary barotraumas (lung squeeze)
Safety and rescue: blackout contributing factors, decompression sickness, surface intervals, rescue scenarios
Base training: importance of training, introduction of Molchanovs Movement and weekly training cycle, Molchanovs benchmarks and reward badges
Relaxation: application of mindfulness technique in pool disciplines
STA: static breath-holding at the water’s surface, including correct buddying, effective coaching and rescue
DYNB: demonstration of perfect weighting, improvement of fin technique, training exercises, buddying, rescue
DNF: improvement of no-fins technique, synchronization, gliding phase
DYN: introduction of monofin technique
Base training: demonstration of Molchanovs technique training (training available after completing the course)
Relaxation: application of mindfulness techniques in depth disciplines, control of open water neutral buoyancy
Freefall: introduction of freefall technique and its use during CWTB and FIM dives
CWT: introduction of monofin technique (dolphin kick)
CNF: introduction of no-fin technique and training
Lanyard: how to use a safety lanyard
Buddying and rescue: training of safe group diving and demonstration of rescue in greater depths
Wave 2 certificate requirements:
Full course completion, passing the theory test, demonstration of advanced DYNB technique (with fins), demonstration of advanced DNF technique (no-fins), management of basic coaching during static apnoe
Buddying and rescue: correct procedure during STA and dynamic disciplines
STA: 2:30 min
FIM: comfortable and repetitive dives 24-30m
CWTB: comfortable and repetitive dives 24-30m
Freefall: freefall during FIM and CWTB dives
CNF: comfortable and repetitive no-fin dives up to 15m
CWT: demonstration of basic monofin techniques
Buddying: demonstration of correct buddying technique 10-15m
Self-rescue: 10m no mask ascent
Rescue: correctly perform all steps to rescue a buddy from a 15m depth
If you do not manage any part of the course, you can join our regular trainings or depth events, continue to work on yourself and complete the course in your pace. You have up to 1 year to complete the course.