How to get the Deepest Inhale
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ABOUT THE DEEPEST INHALE: Ever feel like you've taken your deepest inhale, but it's not quite deep enough? The chances are you are missing a very simple part of the inhale flow which will completely transform your final breath. Here I show you how.
For freedivers the final inhale is utterly crucial and, if, like so many other freedivers out there, you feel like you're missing a bit, it can become a cause of stress before your dive. Even if you think you're getting it right, this small change could be what you didn't even know you were looking for.
This technique to enhance your inhale is important for health as well as freediving - re-learning the correct inhale flow and all breathing techniques can transform our health, happiness, state of mind and overall well-being.
DISCLAIMER: Yoga for Freediving courses and videos are not a freediving certification; they do not certify you to freedive in any way. If you are not certified to freedive, you must take basic training with a certified instructor before practicing any freediving exercises in the water.
Neither Sara Campbell nor Discover Your Depths takes responsibility, nor will be held liable for, any accidents or injuries sustained through freediving or any of the exercises taught in these courses.
If in any doubt, please seek medical permission before commencing any yoga or freediving training. And as with all physical exercise, please ensure that at all times you listen to your body, train conservatively and NEVER DIVE ALONE.
Have fun, and keep your training safe, conservative and enjoyable.
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