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Yeh, it's pretty good, but I still think "Kundalini snooze button" is the funniest thing I've ever read...Originally posted by naiad
I like the cat!
Originally posted by Pezman
I saw a cat-years calculator online that used a ratio of 1/12, so my statics are definitely nothing to write home about.
If I do static practice, I normally quit after the first 4:00+. I look holding my breath as a means to an end, rather than an end in itself, so I'm not very determined, esp. since there seems to be little correlation between my statics and my ability to do an active dive.
There also seems to be no pattern that I can determine for when I'm going to have an easy time hitting 4:00 or a struggle. Even the duration of the first static is not a good indicator. Sometimes I'll do 1:30 on the first static and easily sail past 4:00 on the fourth. Sometimes I'll hit 3:00 on the first static and get stuck there on subsequent tries.