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Remember my thread about sleeping after diving?

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hi Eric

Can you actually stay at the bottom 37m for 3:45 that is pretty hard to believe, but you guys are freaks :D

For what its worth I can try and talk to a fella in NEDU(navy experimental diving unit) and see if they have developed any tables regarding freediving. They must have something on it, SEAL, EOD, and a few other units do Apnea training. I don't know exactly how much though.