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aquadog

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being new to free diving i have a question.what is a static breath?
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unirdna

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Welcome aquadog.

Static breath is what you have the morning after a night of imbibing pints of brew and eating salted, cured meats :D.

Static Apnea is breath-holding while remaining motionless. It is usually done in a swimming pool (with a spotter to prevent unwanted death). Basically, the goal of the static apneist is to hold his/her breath as long as possible. To do this, you want to be holding still ;).
 
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