Many people ask, “How long does it take to be able to hold the breath for over 5 minutes?” Renee spent seven years training in freediving (apnea diving), and took every possible traditional freediving course, instructor course and masterclass available. And after seven years of freediving year-round, as well as teaching freediving, she realized that she could still only hold her breath for 3-4 minutes on average. There had to be a fast, and more efficient way to train to hold her breath longer.
Does this sound like a struggle you’ve been through? How many times have you thought “I wish I could hold my breath longer,” only to find the typical training tables tough, boring, or not effective enough to see real results? Or maybe the training begins to feel like a drag and stressful instead of a fun, relaxing, meditative outlet they can be.
The problem isn’t with you – the problem is with the typical breath-hold trainings of O2 tables, CO2 tables, you name it.
In fact, you can learn how to hold your breath for over 5 minutes in just 21 days – less than one month! How? By focusing on learning mental training and relaxation techniques you enjoy, not just the same boring breath-hold trainings and old-fashioned tables. After all, most of us don’t want to be tortured with contractions for minutes on end, we want to enjoy our breath-hold training everyday.4
It isn’t hard to learn how to hold your breath over five minutes. Forget about traditional static apnea tables. Many of the “best” breath-hold training exercises aren’t necessarily what you want to do or enjoy doing, which makes learning or training anything difficult. Everyone has a breath-hold time in mind that they would like to do, and you shouldn’t have to trudge through dozens of CO2 tables and O2 tables just to reach that goal. Learn how to hold your breath longer quickly and more easily.
Many traditional freediving courses don’t include much information about breathing techniques and mental training techniques necessary to improve your breath-hold time past 3 or 4 minutes. Even if you practice their trainings daily, they don’t give you enough time or knowledge to know how to properly train and improve your breath-hold time.
What you need is an online breath-hold course that teaches you static apnea 101; in other words, the fundamental steps of learning how to hold your breath longer without any tables, without expensive courses or the need for tedious trainings.
If you’re like most people, chances are you’ve either taken a traditional freediving course, maybe you’re even a freediving instructor (!), or have tried to teach yourself. In Renee’s online breath-hold course, you can learn how to train to hold your breath longer quickly and efficiently. You’ll learn how to hold your breath longer without using tables, without long breath-hold trainings that seem to get you nowhere.
You’ll discover the fastest way to hold your breath longer without an expensive, traditional freediving course. By the end of 21 days, you’ll be ready to hold your breath for over 4 minutes and in a super relaxed way.
After she was hitting a wall in her depth training, coming up too hypoxic on every dive over 70 meters, Renee spent several years while training in freediving thinking about the fastest way she could train to hold her breath longer. She took the 80/20 principle to heart, which states that 80% of results comes from 20% of work. She sifted through the traditional training fluff and discovered the key to holding the breath longer. The result was this: an online breath-hold course that helps you learn and train how to hold your breath longer through a natural 80/20 based framework.
Learning breathing techniques and stretching and relaxation techniques doesn’t have to be boring or tedious. You’ll learn how to hold your breath longer, not just CO2 and O2 tables, and best of all, you’ll be able to hold your breath longer with more joy and relaxation. You’ll learn how to make breath-hold training fun.
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