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Good static apnea bad dynamic apnea

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fcallagy

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Hi Lucia,
If you want to strengthen legs try using a kick board with your arms in front. Do a few leanghths with it and you will feel it on the legs. Use it like a glide at first and when you need more resistance flip it on its side so you are in effect pushing it forward. Do a few leanghts then a break - normal swimming - then a few more. Build up slowly and try to incoporate it into a set.
Regards Feargus
 
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french

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Apnea newbie,

I am a newbie myself, what did you to get you time from a minute up to 3+ MINUTES?

tHANKS

FRENCH
 
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naiad

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Yesterday I did a new PB for dynamic with fins - at least 50m, maybe 54m.

It wasn't too difficult. Soon I will try more.

Lucia
 
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Lehmann108

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french said:
Apnea newbie,

I am a newbie myself, what did you to get you time from a minute up to 3+ MINUTES?

tHANKS

FRENCH

Nobody answered you, so I will. I'm also a newbie and went in 2 weeks from a static of 1 mins to a static of 3 mins. I did this by using the tables and stretching my chest sides and back through yoga. I've been doing the tables for three weeks now and I'm at a 3:45. A lot of it is having the body adapt to CO2 build-up, massive relaxation and adapting your psychology to bodily sensations that you think mean you are running out of O2, but you're not.
 
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