#1
Anyone into that?
best times?
techniques?
adivces?
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#6
Serious answer:

I went through two years of apnea training, my personal best in static was 4 minutes. The trick is to stay as relaxed as possible. My coach said all you needed was a "happy place" when you were under water. I used to just sing calm songs in my head, it also gave me a rough idea of what time I was going to get. Before doing static we also used to do some yoga to further relax the body.

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#7
Enjoy your brain damage.
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#9
Hanging is quicker than drowning
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#10
Wow never heard of this until now but it sounds really dangerous.

If you do it you're grounded and must carry a bean bag chair or sack of sand on your back everywhere you go for a week young man!
#12
I practiced it briefly before heading to a certain Army school, and I only got up to about 3 minutes. I never had a good breath hold, and having a better one would have helped me a lot.

Getting my breath hold back up to at least 2:30 is something I've been meaning to do, but never get around to it

For me, a one minute warmup breath hold like 4-5 minutes before a serious breath hold helped me a lot. For dynamic stuff, I did underwater swims (50m), walking apnea, running apnea, hypoxic flutter kicks, etc.
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#13
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What's the point of doing this?


if someone's trying to drown you, you can pretend that you've been drowned and then turn the tables on them when they least expect it.
#14
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if someone's trying to drown you, you can pretend that you've been drowned and then turn the tables on them when they least expect it.


Not bad at all.