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30 Meters Deep Freediving Manual

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Two very important aspects of the recovery hook breaths are that the e5hale is a controlled partial e5hale ;only abo! A controlled partial e5hale is f! A partial e5hale also saves precio! The act p!

This part of the hook breath incorporates the same techni?! Navy pilots m! A continuous and maximum contraction of all s eletal muscles including the. These are the most important breaths of a freedive and sho!

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This makes recovery e5tremely diffic! Once the weightbelt is released the diver becomes positively b! All diving specific weightbelts are designed with a?! At this point the b! As the old carpenter saying goes Dmeas! The tail needs to be easily accessible to yo! A proper d! A forcef!

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At this point the arms e5tend down in a reverse stroke to a perpendic! The bend at the torso initiates the directional change from along the s! The legs sho! The aim at this point sho! This DpencilF shape of the body aimed in a straight line towards the bottom is the most hydrodynamic and efficient shape to begin a freedive with. This shape sho! Once the fins are! The s?! The key with e5ec! With both style d! The most ideal time wo! With this approach to foc! First things first — Basic freediving safety!

Never dive alone, always dive with an apnea and rescue trained buddy. Dry training is many times safer than wet training. Do not hyperventilate see why here Always dive within your limits. Take slow steps and make steady progress. OK, lets begin Lets get something straight. Freediving training is about adding small amounts on a regular basis until your body is conditioned to deal with the high c02 and low Sit on a comfy chair or lay on a bed.

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Breathe calmly and slowly for 2 minutes — No deeper or faster than you would normally. Take a deep breath in, then exhale everything, then take a really deep breath in… as deep as you can manage. As you hold your breath, relax and think of other things. When you cant manage anymore take some deep inhales to recover. Always focus on your inhales and not your exhales when recovering!

How did you do? We are going to use this time as a prediction of what you will be able to get to in one months time. Some people respond to training better than others, there are no fixed rules that we can use to precisely gauge your potential but after years of instructing people how to hold their breath these numbers are a pretty good guide. But remember, it will involve training… and lots of it.

Your overall fitness levels will also affect how quickly you improve.

If you are quite unfit yo may find you peak early and will struggle to go beyond that point. Relaxation of the muscles, relaxation of the mind and relaxation of the breath. See the theme? All your muscles need to be inactive, any muscle that is tense will use oxygen. Your mind must be calm, if you are stressed out, nervous or even scared… you will not do well.

Find something that calms your mind. Your breathing must be relaxed, not forced, not deep, not fast … normal… by doing this we are also avoiding hyperventilation.

Take 3 breaths…. Never release any air until you intend to breathe again, be it underwater or on the surface. Remember my rule of thirds. Not sure what this is? Read here… By working within the rule of thirds you will get a gauge of how well you are doing. Relax your mind and body. Do not think about anything…. Dont know what c02 tables are?You can change your ad preferences anytime. Dont now what 02 tables are? It also provides insightful ideas for those instructors having a hard time connecting to a student that will not release their body tension.

Add another edition? First things first — Basic freediving safety! Show related SlideShares at end. The ob:ective in! Edited by Yiannis