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blingblingo - 10/04/2011 07:54 PM
#841

Quote:
Original Posted By freediver
wah..juragan latihan ga ajak2 nih.......marah


latiannya dideket rumah saya gan, singaraja.. agan jauh he he he(o ya, agan tinggal di daerah mana? kalo bisa kita latian bareng juga D , lumayan sering ke denpasar soalnya).. kapan2 deh,
sekalian update, tadi nyobain spot kedua, yang latian bertiga. nyusurin pelampung kapal, kedalaman 10 meter, dasar pasir, make line buat panduan \)
lokasi masih sama dengan yang pertama, pantai pemaron singaraja-bali, 200m dari pantai.
saya masih tetep bermasalah sama yang namanya penyumbatan sinut, sampe mata kiri sakit bgt, gara2 pilek yang belum sembuh. mungkin ada saran??

saya mengalami kemunduran, static apnea cuman tembus 2menit \(
blingblingo - 10/04/2011 09:21 PM
#842
artikel menarik :)
3 latihan bagus untuk Freediving

Exercises to train divers’ brains as well as bodies.

There’s something about master free divers that goes beyond athleticism. Expert free diving is almost Zen-like, a union between athlete and environment.

If you’re looking to master the sport, it’s as important to train your brain as your body. Along with regular exercise and instruction, these basic exercises should help set you on the right track.
Page Turner

What you’ll need: a book.

Sit down and make yourself comfortable, then take a deep breath and hold it. While continuing to hold your breath, open the book to a random page and start reading.

Keep reading until you can’t hold your breath any longer. Using a pencil, mark how far down the page you read.

Why It Works:

Well before your body has actually run out of oxygen, your diaphragm begins to spasm in a reflexive attempt to resume breathing. While this isn’t harmful, novice divers often find the sensation of their diaphragm contracting slightly uncomfortable and misinterpret it as an urgent need to breathe.

By distracting you from your body’s automatic response, this exercise helps you push this “need to breathe” point closer to your actual physical capacity.

The book also makes a handy guide to track your progress . Aim to improve by a sentence or so every time you do this activity.

Apnea Walk

What you’ll need: a track or sidewalk, a stopwatch.

Begin holding your breath. Keeping time on your watch, remain standing in place for one minute.

After a minute has passed, begin walking down the track at a relaxed but steady pace, maintaining your breath-hold the entire time. Go as far as you can without taking a breath.

Why It Works:

Like sprinting, free diving is an anaerobic exercise – that is, your body is using oxygen faster than it’s replenishing it. The apnea walk helps accustom your muscles to doing work under anaerobic conditions without weakening or cramping up.

When practicing the apnea walk, avoid rushing: you’ll use oxygen much more efficiently by maintaining a moderate, even pace. If the minute breath-hold is too long for you, start with 20 or 30 seconds and try to work your way up from there.

Blind Swim

What you’ll need: a pool, a mask, a roll of duct tape, fins (optional), a safety buddy (not optional).

Completely cover the lens of your mask with strips of duct tape, so that you can’t see through it at all. When you’re done, put on the mask (and fins, if you so desire) and carefully lower yourself into the pool. Without taking the mask off, feel your way to the side of the pool.

Take a deep breath and dive under the surface. Once you’re completely submerged, start swimming steadily down the side of the pool, guiding yourself only by touch.

Continue swimming for as long as you can without surfacing.

Why It Works:

Stress is one of the most important influences over your free-diving performance. Besides physiological effects like increased heart rate, divers who are suffering from high levels of stress are more likely to make mistakes or even panic in the water.

In the blind swim, participants confront one of the most common human stressors: fear of the unknown. After practicing and becoming comfortable with what are essentially worst-case conditions, divers are better equipped to handle routine problems, like flooded masks or current, without losing their cool.

Please note: like any aquatic activity, the blind swim involves a certain degree of risk. For safety’s sake, never do this or any other in-pool exercise without a lifeguard or buddy present.

...
mau mencoba?? sumber: http://matadornetwork.com/sports/3-exercises-for-free-divers
unk_damnation - 11/04/2011 09:18 AM
#843

Quote:
Original Posted By blingblingo
3 latihan bagus untuk Freediving

Exercises to train divers’ brains as well as bodies.

There’s something about master free divers that goes beyond athleticism. Expert free diving is almost Zen-like, a union between athlete and environment.

If you’re looking to master the sport, it’s as important to train your brain as your body. Along with regular exercise and instruction, these basic exercises should help set you on the right track.
Page Turner

What you’ll need: a book.

Sit down and make yourself comfortable, then take a deep breath and hold it. While continuing to hold your breath, open the book to a random page and start reading.

Keep reading until you can’t hold your breath any longer. Using a pencil, mark how far down the page you read.

Why It Works:

Well before your body has actually run out of oxygen, your diaphragm begins to spasm in a reflexive attempt to resume breathing. While this isn’t harmful, novice divers often find the sensation of their diaphragm contracting slightly uncomfortable and misinterpret it as an urgent need to breathe.

By distracting you from your body’s automatic response, this exercise helps you push this “need to breathe” point closer to your actual physical capacity.

The book also makes a handy guide to track your progress . Aim to improve by a sentence or so every time you do this activity.

Apnea Walk

What you’ll need: a track or sidewalk, a stopwatch.

Begin holding your breath. Keeping time on your watch, remain standing in place for one minute.

After a minute has passed, begin walking down the track at a relaxed but steady pace, maintaining your breath-hold the entire time. Go as far as you can without taking a breath.

Why It Works:

Like sprinting, free diving is an anaerobic exercise – that is, your body is using oxygen faster than it’s replenishing it. The apnea walk helps accustom your muscles to doing work under anaerobic conditions without weakening or cramping up.

When practicing the apnea walk, avoid rushing: you’ll use oxygen much more efficiently by maintaining a moderate, even pace. If the minute breath-hold is too long for you, start with 20 or 30 seconds and try to work your way up from there.

Blind Swim

What you’ll need: a pool, a mask, a roll of duct tape, fins (optional), a safety buddy (not optional).

Completely cover the lens of your mask with strips of duct tape, so that you can’t see through it at all. When you’re done, put on the mask (and fins, if you so desire) and carefully lower yourself into the pool. Without taking the mask off, feel your way to the side of the pool.

Take a deep breath and dive under the surface. Once you’re completely submerged, start swimming steadily down the side of the pool, guiding yourself only by touch.

Continue swimming for as long as you can without surfacing.

Why It Works:

Stress is one of the most important influences over your free-diving performance. Besides physiological effects like increased heart rate, divers who are suffering from high levels of stress are more likely to make mistakes or even panic in the water.

In the blind swim, participants confront one of the most common human stressors: fear of the unknown. After practicing and becoming comfortable with what are essentially worst-case conditions, divers are better equipped to handle routine problems, like flooded masks or current, without losing their cool.

Please note: like any aquatic activity, the blind swim involves a certain degree of risk. For safety’s sake, never do this or any other in-pool exercise without a lifeguard or buddy present.

...
mau mencoba?? sumber: http://matadornetwork.com/sports/3-exercises-for-free-divers


Tips keren abis gan beer:

Terutama yang blind swim. Tapi harus cari buddy \(
blingblingo - 11/04/2011 10:56 AM
#844

Quote:
Original Posted By unk_damnation
Tips keren abis gan beer:

Terutama yang blind swim. Tapi harus cari buddy \(


sementara saya nyoba yang baca tahan nafas..hehe untuk blind swim belum nemu buddy juga , kolamnya kan kolam umum hammer:
komen ini juga ditulis sambil apnea :P ...huffff
anakmamak - 11/04/2011 01:11 PM
#845

ijin ikutan nyimak gan...
iloveindonesia
nankqe - 11/04/2011 01:55 PM
#846

Quote:
Original Posted By blingblingo
sementara saya nyoba yang baca tahan nafas..hehe untuk blind swim belum nemu buddy juga , kolamnya kan kolam umum hammer:
komen ini juga ditulis sambil apnea :P ...huffff


sadisss bli...
ngaskus sambil apnea matabelo:


------
ogut udah lama ga latian nohope:
blingblingo - 11/04/2011 02:06 PM
#847

Quote:
Original Posted By nankqe
sadisss bli...
ngaskus sambil apnea matabelo:


------
ogut udah lama ga latian nohope:


cuma mau nambah variasi latian biar menyenangkan... ha ha ha,
kalo lama ga latian terasa bgt penurunannya, seperti saya \(
ini mencoba latian rajin lagi...oops lewat semenit
aingiyontea - 11/04/2011 08:48 PM
#848

ada barang baru nih, siapa tau ada yang butuh \)
https://www.kaskus.co.id/showthread.php?t=7906343
freediver - 11/04/2011 11:12 PM
#849

Quote:
Original Posted By blingblingo
latiannya dideket rumah saya gan, singaraja.. agan jauh he he he(o ya, agan tinggal di daerah mana? kalo bisa kita latian bareng juga D , lumayan sering ke denpasar soalnya).. kapan2 deh,
sekalian update, tadi nyobain spot kedua, yang latian bertiga. nyusurin pelampung kapal, kedalaman 10 meter, dasar pasir, make line buat panduan \)
lokasi masih sama dengan yang pertama, pantai pemaron singaraja-bali, 200m dari pantai.
saya masih tetep bermasalah sama yang namanya penyumbatan sinut, sampe mata kiri sakit bgt, gara2 pilek yang belum sembuh. mungkin ada saran??

saya mengalami kemunduran, static apnea cuman tembus 2menit \(


ane di suwung kauh gan.
call aja kalo pas lg ke dps.081343304575

ane juga kendor gan....rokok sama binteng gan.....sisa 2,5 mnt aja nih.
makanya mau focus latihan.

btw tanggal 15 april nih,ane mau ke maluku untuk spearfishing disana gan.
ane tunggu info balik yah.
blingblingo - 12/04/2011 06:03 AM
#850

Quote:
Original Posted By aingiyontea
ada barang baru nih, siapa tau ada yang butuh \)
https://www.kaskus.co.id/showthread.php?t=7906343


waduh keren, tapi belum ada uang..bantu sundul aja yak malus

Quote:
Original Posted By freediver
ane di suwung kauh gan.
call aja kalo pas lg ke dps.081343304575

ane juga kendor gan....rokok sama binteng gan.....sisa 2,5 mnt aja nih.
makanya mau focus latihan.

btw tanggal 15 april nih,ane mau ke maluku untuk spearfishing disana gan.
ane tunggu info balik yah.


buset.. jalan2 aja nih agan.. jadi pengeeen... matabelo:
anakmamak - 12/04/2011 12:09 PM
#851

[QUOTE=freediver;403888332]ane di suwung kauh gan.
call aja kalo pas lg ke dps.081343304575

agan "freediver" jualan speargun ya ?
freediver - 12/04/2011 03:49 PM
#852

Quote:
Original Posted By anakmamak
[QUOTE=freediver;403888332]ane di suwung kauh gan.
call aja kalo pas lg ke dps.081343304575

agan "freediver" jualan speargun ya ?



jualan sih ga...tp teman ada yg punya usaha jualan speargun pas bgt dekat rmh ane. bahannya dari kayu tp klualitas intl gan.
kalo mau, ane bisa atur.
freediver - 12/04/2011 03:52 PM
#853

Quote:
Original Posted By blingblingo
waduh keren, tapi belum ada uang..bantu sundul aja yak malus



buset.. jalan2 aja nih agan.. jadi pengeeen... matabelo:


ane emang hobby jalan2 spearfishing.
april,may june july, august ane trip untuk spearing nih gan....ke indo timur.
kalo juragan mau ikut, boleh bgt.
riwa50 - 12/04/2011 06:06 PM
#854

Quote:
Original Posted By blingblingo
3 latihan bagus untuk Freediving

Exercises to train divers’ brains as well as bodies.

There’s something about master free divers that goes beyond athleticism. Expert free diving is almost Zen-like, a union between athlete and environment.

If you’re looking to master the sport, it’s as important to train your brain as your body. Along with regular exercise and instruction, these basic exercises should help set you on the right track.
Page Turner

What you’ll need: a book.

Sit down and make yourself comfortable, then take a deep breath and hold it. While continuing to hold your breath, open the book to a random page and start reading.

Keep reading until you can’t hold your breath any longer. Using a pencil, mark how far down the page you read.

Why It Works:

Well before your body has actually run out of oxygen, your diaphragm begins to spasm in a reflexive attempt to resume breathing. While this isn’t harmful, novice divers often find the sensation of their diaphragm contracting slightly uncomfortable and misinterpret it as an urgent need to breathe.

By distracting you from your body’s automatic response, this exercise helps you push this “need to breathe” point closer to your actual physical capacity.

The book also makes a handy guide to track your progress . Aim to improve by a sentence or so every time you do this activity.

Apnea Walk

What you’ll need: a track or sidewalk, a stopwatch.

Begin holding your breath. Keeping time on your watch, remain standing in place for one minute.

After a minute has passed, begin walking down the track at a relaxed but steady pace, maintaining your breath-hold the entire time. Go as far as you can without taking a breath.

Why It Works:

Like sprinting, free diving is an anaerobic exercise – that is, your body is using oxygen faster than it’s replenishing it. The apnea walk helps accustom your muscles to doing work under anaerobic conditions without weakening or cramping up.

When practicing the apnea walk, avoid rushing: you’ll use oxygen much more efficiently by maintaining a moderate, even pace. If the minute breath-hold is too long for you, start with 20 or 30 seconds and try to work your way up from there.

Blind Swim

What you’ll need: a pool, a mask, a roll of duct tape, fins (optional), a safety buddy (not optional).

Completely cover the lens of your mask with strips of duct tape, so that you can’t see through it at all. When you’re done, put on the mask (and fins, if you so desire) and carefully lower yourself into the pool. Without taking the mask off, feel your way to the side of the pool.

Take a deep breath and dive under the surface. Once you’re completely submerged, start swimming steadily down the side of the pool, guiding yourself only by touch.

Continue swimming for as long as you can without surfacing.

Why It Works:

Stress is one of the most important influences over your free-diving performance. Besides physiological effects like increased heart rate, divers who are suffering from high levels of stress are more likely to make mistakes or even panic in the water.

In the blind swim, participants confront one of the most common human stressors: fear of the unknown. After practicing and becoming comfortable with what are essentially worst-case conditions, divers are better equipped to handle routine problems, like flooded masks or current, without losing their cool.

Please note: like any aquatic activity, the blind swim involves a certain degree of risk. For safety’s sake, never do this or any other in-pool exercise without a lifeguard or buddy present.

...
mau mencoba?? sumber: http://matadornetwork.com/sports/3-exercises-for-free-divers


di quot dulu ah bahan bacaan dari master ngacir:
*google translate mode on Peace:
blingblingo - 13/04/2011 11:07 AM
#855

Quote:
Original Posted By freediver
ane emang hobby jalan2 spearfishing.
april,may june july, august ane trip untuk spearing nih gan....ke indo timur.
kalo juragan mau ikut, boleh bgt.


maunya sih ikut.. tapi dompet tifisss... malus
freediver - 13/04/2011 11:43 PM
#856

Quote:
Original Posted By blingblingo
maunya sih ikut.. tapi dompet tifisss... malus


kapan2 yah gan.......ada'lah waktunya tuh, kita bisa sesekali jalan bareng N FD sama timpal2...hehehe

salam kompak
blingblingo - 14/04/2011 09:13 AM
#857

Quote:
Original Posted By freediver
kapan2 yah gan.......ada'lah waktunya tuh, kita bisa sesekali jalan bareng N FD sama timpal2...hehehe

salam kompak


siyap.. \)
temen2 yang didenpasar juga pengen tuh gan, salam kompak kembali iloveindonesia
freediver - 14/04/2011 02:46 PM
#858

Quote:
Original Posted By blingblingo
siyap.. \)
temen2 yang didenpasar juga pengen tuh gan, salam kompak kembali iloveindonesia


wah bgs tuh....baiknya kegiatan agak lbh intens agar kekompakan slalu terjaga.

ane tunggu deh gan...kabar baliknya.....

regards D
Empty Mind - 16/04/2011 04:31 PM
#859

Mau bagi info, bagi yang nyari long blade fin masih ada harga pameran DEEP cuman 500rb merk IST Blitz. Stiffness kira2 sama long blade Mares Razor tapi masih kalah dibanding OMer Stringray . Baru beli tadi siang belum sempat test \)

http://en.istsports.com/product-26.aspx
nankqe - 16/04/2011 05:31 PM
#860

Quote:
Original Posted By Empty Mind
Mau bagi info, bagi yang nyari long blade fin masih ada harga pameran DEEP cuman 500rb merk IST Blitz. Stiffness kira2 sama long blade Mares Razor tapi masih kalah dibanding OMer Stringray . Baru beli tadi siang belum sempat test \)

http://en.istsports.com/product-26.aspx


lokasi belinya dmn om??

bener ente, omer stingray masih tetep paling oke \(
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