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Exhaling underwater

Discussion in 'Beginner Freediving Q&A' started by Richard Bender, May 11, 2018.

  1. Richard Bender

    Richard Bender New Member

    Local Time:
    11:48 AM
    Ok so i was practicing some dynamic last night, and i kept thinking "why am i still exhaling as i near the end?" I swim 20 m then turn and push off and swim the 20m back (from 3.5 feet to 10.5 feet ). Any ideas? Am i still not relaxed enough? I think i need to breathe differently, maybe? I did not have any "urge" to breathe, just an "urge" to let my held breath escape?
     
  2. HLanger1955

    HLanger1955 Member

    Local Time:
    5:48 PM
    Perhaps a matter of lacking relaxation, which you feel stronger towards the end of the dive. BTW, I wonder whether this is critical : as you exhale at the end of the dive you're ready to inhale fresh air when you surface...