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Freediving on YouTube

Kars

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Hi folk, at last I've uploaded another video:

Flog Flow 2:


The name is purely because for recognisability.

It's 7 minutes, geared towards beginners and contains a set of fun things to do in a pool, more geared towards beginners with a nice list of things to try.
I'm not very happy with my English voice over, because I recognise many grammar faults and things that can be formulated much better. Still it's better to get it out then to have it remain on the shelf.

Hope you like it, and I hope it attracts more freedivers over time!

Courage,

Kars
 
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ONT

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Hi folk, at last I've uploaded another video:

Flog Flow 2:


The name is purely because for recognisability.

It's 7 minutes, geared towards beginners and contains a set of fun things to do in a pool, more geared towards beginners with a nice list of things to try.
I'm not very happy with my English voice over, because I recognise many grammar faults and things that can be formulated much better. Still it's better to get it out then to have it remain on the shelf.

Hope you like it, and I hope it attracts more freedivers over time!

Courage,

Kars


I like it! I think I know what I plan on doing next time I hit the pool :)
 
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spar8

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16 year old swimmer girl has been trained few times freediving now. Here is DNF 91m without neck weight.
 

Kars

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Very impressive, you're technique looks symmetrical and very consistent.
It is a bit fast, to fight buoyancy and keeping momentum, but those can be improved with a smooth neoprene suit and some weights.
What you can do for the next dive, is to swim a bit deeper, this helps with the buoyancy. If you feel you're sinking, you can learn to do a better inhale, and take more air with you.

Safety, I hope you camera person is also skilled in freediving safety, because you can swim into a black out, and then you'll need immediate help to recover.
 

Jo_duiker

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Hi folk, at last I've uploaded another video:

Flog Flow 2:


The name is purely because for recognisability.

It's 7 minutes, geared towards beginners and contains a set of fun things to do in a pool, more geared towards beginners with a nice list of things to try.
I'm not very happy with my English voice over, because I recognise many grammar faults and things that can be formulated much better. Still it's better to get it out then to have it remain on the shelf.

Hope you like it, and I hope it attracts more freedivers over time!

Courage,

Kars

Good stuff, Kars... We haven't met yet, have we, in spite of your efforts... Maybe some day I should come to your place for some swimming and breathing technique - Eindhoven, was it, right?
 
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