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First Kiss : Underwater

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ghost_flash

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I was 10 years-old or so and my family was vacationing in Florida...

After a day at the beach I decided to walk down a bit and visit the neighboring hotel pool for a while. I met this girl in the pool and before I knew it she was kissing me! we sank underwater and I have no idea how long I was down there, it seemed like forever, but I'm going to be honest, and say it was only about 2 to 3 minutes, maybe more...

I had always been able to hold my breath for a long time, but that was amazing, expecially to a 10 year-old. No kidding.

I never saw that girl again, though I went back every year looking for her until I was about 14 or 15. What an amazing time of my life and it only lasted a few minutes.

Well, I am a man now, but I want to be that fish again and reclaim the water I once new. I'm not sure, but I do believe it is calling me back.

Where do I begin?

-Mark
 
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SASpearo

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Actually, it is

Not to flame or anything, but Mark here is looking to join our underwater universe. I was taking the piss out of him with a mermaid story.

Mark - you should start right here on the site. Try using the search function - check all the newbie posts, also look for training tips etc. If you've got any specific questions, fire away.

Ragrds,
Riaan
 

Cornholio

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Apologies, Mark. My early searches on the net for freediving related pages threw up some rather unsavoury sites and I thought that this post maybe belonged to one of them. I'm sorry for any offence I may have caused.

Happy freediving!
 
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M-2

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With a story like that you're bound to get a rather rough welcome with plenty of razzing here at DB, but it's a great community. If you weren't a newby I'd have some follow up comments for that story myself!;) All kidding aside, DB holds a wealth of information from people of all experience levels all over the world. Get familiar with the site and realize that you're reading individual perspectives and opinions. Welcome to DB!

-Mike
 

aude

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Apr 23, 2003
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I think you've learned what freediving can get you.
happy to see that
enjoy

aude
 

ghost_flash

gonna get wet and sandy..
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Offense?

I thought it was pretty funny, and expected a response like that somewhere along this thread, but not so quickly!

I do search through the threads often to find out what a beginner can do to begin his path to superior breath-hold times, but every time I come across the apnea tables they don't link up, or download.

Can someone point me to a link that works so I can download the tables?

Any further advice to what steps I may take in order to progress at a fair rate in order to achieve superior times would be appreciated.

Thanks for the welcome / initiation by-the-way!
I have very thick skin and can take it as well as dish it out.

-Mark
:p
 

freddytunafish

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If your getting into freediving to pick up birdies then I would advise against it. They are ice cold and will cheat on you and throw you away in a second(no pun intended). I have had my beating heart ripped out of my frail chest a couple times and I am only 13 and a half years old!
 
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