Stig Severinsen

Freediver and Breathing expert

Stig Severinsen is a multiple Guinness and AIDA world record holder in freediving and breath holding. He has a degree in biology and PhD in medicine. He is an also expert in Yoga, and uses a combination of Eastern philosophy and Western scientific theory in his teaching and training. 
“All my life I’ve loved to challenge myself and expand my own limits,” he says, “My dives are a kind of metaphor for the challenges we all meet in life; stress, losing people we love, losing our job or our health. We can’t change these things, but we can train ourselves to navigate better in life and respond to life’s challenges in ways that move us forward.”

Stig Severinsen

Freediver and Breathing expert
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Stig Severinsen is a multiple Guinness and AIDA world record holder in freediving and breath holding. He has a degree in biology and PhD in medicine. He is an also expert in Yoga, and uses a combination of Eastern philosophy and Western scientific theory in his teaching and training. 
“All my life I’ve loved to challenge myself and expand my own limits,” he says, “My dives are a kind of metaphor for the challenges we all meet in life; stress, losing people we love, losing our job or our health. We can’t change these things, but we can train ourselves to navigate better in life and respond to life’s challenges in ways that move us forward.”

Stig Severinsen was named the world’s Ultimate Super Human by the Discovery Channel.

He holds multiple Guinness World Records for freediving – including the longest breath hold at 22 minutes and the deepest free-dive at 225 meters.

Here, he shares some of the mental and physical hacks he uses to push himself further and perform at the highest level.

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