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Sep 15, 2001
Is there in freedive training something like supercompensation?

I mean if your body has been very alkalic for some time during statics, would it react by being more acidic for a day or so. If it does, it has no sense training the day after a hard static session, or perhaps CO2 training.

I wrote in "APNEA" (french freediving mag.) that Mifsud, the day after his record 8'24", did a dynamic (the crowd wanted him to do one) but he felt difficulty at only 50m (he swam 170m though).

Do you guys, who train every day, ever felt the same???