Friday, January 7, 2011

One hour successive apnea

During my freedive training between christmas and new years eve 2010 I decided to see how long I could stay under water during one hour. This non-official discipline is called successive apnea and records have been set of around 59:30 and even 59:45.

This movie is speed up 8 times during the breathhold to make it easier to digest. :-)

The rules are: two timekeepers (average time counts). Stopwatch starts with lifting my airways above the surface and stops with me submerging again.

I managed 59:09 (only ;-) ) even thought I did longer breathholds (therefor less times breathing) than the earlier fools. Next time I will need to work on surfacing and inhaling quicker.

Happy new year!

1 comment:

  1. Amazing.
    But remember to be careful...

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