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Epiglottis training

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perow1

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A quick question concerning static and jaw tension. I find myself being able to go for a very long time on land, but when I hit the water my times are more moderate. I can think of a lot of reasons. It IS harder to go for a long time in the water, but the difference should not be that long. Recently I have noticed i get a kind of jag tension in the water where my lover jaw starts to shiver when i get into the struggle fase.

Why is this? Yes I train most of the times on land for different reasons and this would get me accustomed to land conditions, but why do i get this jaw tension orr whatever in the water but not on land? It has nothing to do with the ammount of air i hold in, i think. Is it just a problem with relaxation or something that happens with the inverted head position?
 

Absolute

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Glottis music is explained in the Freznel Fatta Document. I can't find it at the time but it is somewhere on DB.
 
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