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Dynamic PB's

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What is your personal best Dynamic w/fins

  • >25 Meters

    Votes: 1 4.2%
  • 25-50 Meters

    Votes: 1 4.2%
  • 50-75 Meters

    Votes: 7 29.2%
  • 75-90 Meters

    Votes: 7 29.2%
  • 100-110 Meters

    Votes: 4 16.7%
  • 110+ Meters

    Votes: 4 16.7%

  • Total voters
    24
  • Poll closed .
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neshamah

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Jun 2, 2003
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i agree with you

i agree for what you say ..practice and determination make the different.
and i say too that we have to have a good technique for swiming when doing dinamic no fins , and hydroninamic
 
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neshamah

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Jun 2, 2003
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that happen to me

that happen to me too at the beginning--most of the people that don't have a good breastroke do the same -they straight the arms----i my case i have to correct this too...it was no easy but but i got it....you have to see how swimer do this..
 
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ivan

looking for deeper water
Jan 26, 2002
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hi

I think I might watch the next swimming comp on tv and see If I can pick up a few things.

cheers
 
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J.Mols

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May 28, 2002
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Hi,
I have seen Herbert Nitsch going Without fins for 132?m (Wiesbaden : WR at that time) in 25 m pool and 137?m in 50 m pool in the netherlands (unofficial WR) and the fact is ... that the technique he used is quite normal except that it is extremely efficient : nice aquacity. He also used a neck weight to avoid twisting up and down with the speed variations between the arm breastroke and the legs movement. He was always well aligned with his direction. I did not remember the time he spent underwater but it was quite long 3 min or so.
I forgot my numbers:
dynamic without fins : around 80 m
dynamic with bi-fins : 100m
dynamic with monofin : 137m (competition)
 
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neshamah

CFD Group
Jun 2, 2003
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hi

80 m without fins is a very good mark....as you say good variation between the arms and legs......the streamline..

im still working on my 70 m....

saludos

Daniel
 
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neshamah

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Jun 2, 2003
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hi

There is any video from herbert doing the dinamic without fins that i can see ?

Daniel.
 
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ivan

looking for deeper water
Jan 26, 2002
1,503
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Originally posted by J.Mols
Hi,
I have seen Herbert Nitsch going Without fins for 132?m (Wiesbaden : WR at that time) in 25 m pool and 137?m in 50 m pool in the netherlands (unofficial WR) and the fact is ... that the technique he used is quite normal except that it is extremely efficient : nice aquacity. He also used a neck weight to avoid twisting up and down with the speed variations between the arm breastroke and the legs movement. He was always well aligned with his direction. I did not remember the time he spent underwater but it was quite long 3 min or so.
I forgot my numbers:
dynamic without fins : around 80 m
dynamic with bi-fins : 100m
dynamic with monofin : 137m (competition)

hi

Herbet doing a 3min dynamic thats amazing.

cheers
 
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J.Mols

New Member
May 28, 2002
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Unofficially, before blood tests, three new world records in dynamic apnea :

Stig Åvall Severinsen(Denmark), 166m in dynamic without fins
Yamina Enedahl-Mekki(Sweden), 97m in dynamic without fins
Peter Pedersen(Denmark), 200m in dynamic with fins.
This took place this WE in Denmark.

Congratulations to all of them, very impressive.
 
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ivan

looking for deeper water
Jan 26, 2002
1,503
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Originally posted by J.Mols
Unofficially, before blood tests, three new world records in dynamic apnea :

Stig Åvall Severinsen(Denmark), 166m in dynamic without fins
Yamina Enedahl-Mekki(Sweden), 97m in dynamic without fins
Peter Pedersen(Denmark), 200m in dynamic with fins.
This took place this WE in Denmark.

Congratulations to all of them, very impressive.

Hi

Thats incredible especially the 166m without fins, do you know how long that took him, does he plan on doing any no fins constant ballast.

cheers
 
tuttt

tuttt

Well-Known Member
Aug 16, 2002
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I can currently do 55 meters dynamic with fins

Teresa
 
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neshamah

CFD Group
Jun 2, 2003
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good teresa

Hi Teresa where you from ? hablas espanol? vey soon you will be in your 75 meter...step by step

me alegro mucho por tu meta de los 55 metros si continuas rapidamente alcanzaras los 75 pero primero creando una base siempre -
 
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