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Freediving the Bight Reef and 3 Mary Cays with the kids TCI

Discussion in 'Snorkeling / Freediving' started by IncreaseMyT, Jan 15, 2020.

  1. IncreaseMyT

    IncreaseMyT Banned

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    Enjoy

     
  2. dcvf2

    dcvf2 Nassau Grouper

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    Hi IncreaseMyT,

    I would make a suggestion since you wrote :’Teaching the kids how to free dive’,

    It’s always very pleasant to transmis the freediving ( apnea) skill.

    Very good reflex, not to hold the snorkel in your mouth underwater.

    We see that they liked it a lot

    The guy and the girl should improve their way of palming, without making the movement of the footballer.
    The lower leg, which rises, reduces hydrodynamics by opposing resistance to move forward. And point your toes like a ballerina.
    The movement starts from the hip, bending the knees as little as possible as in this video.

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    Please have a look at => Snorkeling advice from the net!
     
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  3. IncreaseMyT

    IncreaseMyT Banned

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    Yes I understand, thats why you will notice myself and my son do not even use a snorkel. It is a choking hazard.

    Thanks for the tip and great info!
     

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