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Training Partner in Austin TX

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May 27, 2018
My name is Marina, and I'm looking for someone to practice/train/float around with in the Austin area! Ideally we could meet once a week but hey I'm not picky!!

Got my level 1 cert about two years ago in the Canaries. I was hoping to go get levels 2 and 3 this summer, but as you might have guessed, a wrench was thrown in those plans. When I was practicing my CWT depth was around 25 m and my static hold was topping off right around 4 min. That being said its when a while and so I'm probably nowhere near that right now.

Let me know if your interested! Also I'd love it if anyone had any recommendations for ways/places to train in Texas. I can make it down to the coast about once a month, but would love tips on landlocked practice techniques. Whats your favorite dry exercise?

Thanks a million!
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