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almost two lenghts

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Apr 13, 2004
well i almost do 50meters with no fins, i think i managed around 40, but i really couldnt keep myself going, then again i guess its better to push myself on dry static than to have a bad surprise underwater, what you think? i guess i need a bit more training, its just this damn coughing i have thats messing me up

oh i passed my ocean diver pool test as well but that didnt seem as chalenging as trying to go 3lenghts:duh
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Nice to hear that you are making progress, but keep it safe. Dynamics can be really dangerous, especially when egear to break PBs and such(speking from own experience:()

but its not even my pb, back in greece during the summertime i could easily do two and a half with no fins, its just that i havent been practicing a lot if at all.
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