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Sources of Higher Education?

Freediving Science

Thanks for sharing this relevant blog. I appreciate you. ...
Thanks for sharing this relevant blog. I appreciate you. ...
Thanks for sharing this relevant blog. I appreciate you. ...

Decreased Breath Hold at Altitude

Freediving Science

Not actually diving, just dry training. ...
Not actually diving, just dry training. ...
Not actually diving, just dry training. ...

Decreased Breath Hold at Altitude

Freediving Science

#2 - hansa123
Since the body is going to produce more EPO and red blood cells your performance will probably increase in the next ...
Since the body is going to produce more EPO and red blood cells your performance will probably increase in the next weeks while the pressure is constant. However, as soon as you ...
Since the body is going to produce more EPO and red blood cells your performance will probably increase in the next weeks while the pressure is constant. However, as soon as you return to the sealevel you should notice improved performance ...

Decreased Breath Hold at Altitude

Freediving Science

So, I just moved from sea level to 7,500 ft (2286m) of elevation. That is a reduction in atmospheric pressure from 101 ...
So, I just moved from sea level to 7,500 ft (2286m) of elevation. That is a reduction in atmospheric pressure from 101 kPa to 78 kPa. Effectively, a 22.7% reduction in oxygen ...
So, I just moved from sea level to 7,500 ft (2286m) of elevation. That is a reduction in atmospheric pressure from 101 kPa to 78 kPa. Effectively, a 22.7% reduction in oxygen availability. As you can imagine my max breath hold capability ...

Cerebral/neuronal damages from hypoxia?

Freediving Science

#2 - J Campbell
It probably depends on how long you hold your breath. A competitor in static apnea is literally trying to get to the ...
It probably depends on how long you hold your breath. A competitor in static apnea is literally trying to get to the edge of blackout, which means depriving the brain of oxygen ...
It probably depends on how long you hold your breath. A competitor in static apnea is literally trying to get to the edge of blackout, which means depriving the brain of oxygen. But most recreational divers don’t stay down that long. ...

Cerebral/neuronal damages from hypoxia?

Freediving Science

Hello! I lately told my doctor that I do freediving and train breathholding and he said, that this repeated hypoxia will ...
Hello! I lately told my doctor that I do freediving and train breathholding and he said, that this repeated hypoxia will cause cerebral damages like it is seen from boxers for ...
Hello! I lately told my doctor that I do freediving and train breathholding and he said, that this repeated hypoxia will cause cerebral damages like it is seen from boxers for example. Does anybody have information about this issue or do ...

Sources of Higher Education?

Freediving Science

#6 - intheways
If you want medically oriented research, you can look here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.go ... ...
If you want medically oriented research, you can look here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.go ... ...
If you want medically oriented research, you can look here: https://pubmed.ncbi.nlm.nih.go ... ...

Sources of Higher Education?

Freediving Science

#5 - DiveHacker
I think I may have went to 100 sources for frenzel. The only thing that got me there, finally, was this. I was slow but ...
I think I may have went to 100 sources for frenzel. The only thing that got me there, finally, was this. I was slow but equalizing like a breeze now http://aidafrance.fr/wp-content ...
I think I may have went to 100 sources for frenzel. The only thing that got me there, finally, was this. I was slow but equalizing like a breeze now http://aidafrance.fr/wp-content/ ... ...

Sources of Higher Education?

Freediving Science

I am looking for a blog that is based on the education system in Pak. It is the part of my assignment that's why I need ...
I am looking for a blog that is based on the education system in Pak. It is the part of my assignment that's why I need high-quality content for it because I write an essay on it. ...
I am looking for a blog that is based on the education system in Pak. It is the part of my assignment that's why I need high-quality content for it because I write an essay on it. ...

Lung Compliance on Different Volumes

Freediving Science

#31 - greatm
“It’s really the largest boundary of its kind we can study,” said Walt Harris, space physicist at the University of ...
“It’s really the largest boundary of its kind we can study,” said Walt Harris, space physicist at the University of Arizona in Tucson. We still know little about what lies beyond ...
“It’s really the largest boundary of its kind we can study,” said Walt Harris, space physicist at the University of Arizona in Tucson. We still know little about what lies beyond this boundary. Fortunately, bits of interstellar space can ...
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