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Breath Up...

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ikebonamin

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Hey people... I know that my question is pretty basic, but i never had a really good answer for it.

What is a "correct" way to breath up for a dive?

How long is considered a good time, what techniques are most used... blabla

thank you so much

ike
 

derelictp

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Oct 16, 2001
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Look at earlier threads

Hello!

This is one of the frequently discussed topics in this forum.

Try this:

Search on keyword "breathup" (search button above)

Look at the following threads:

"Best preparation for statics"

"Static challange"

"Static PB's"

There are lots of posts that is going to help you find your own breathup!

Good luck:)
 
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