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This review is from: Manual of Freediving: Underwater on a Single Breath (Paperback)
The intent of this book is to help you become a better freediver. It contains excellent teaching to help improve your freediving skills. There is practical advice to help you relax and learn to be in tune with your body. This book will help you to reach new levels of performance, dive deeper, stay longer, with more comfort and ease.
However, you will have to sift trough some pseudo-scientific explanations and descriptions before you get to more practical helps. There are plenty of references to evolutionary development. Some people still accept the science of Stanley Miller's experiments in 1953 or Ernst Haeckels creative fictional drawings as fact. The writers of this book accept many of these types of theories as fact. If you can overlook these references and get to the more practical sections you will find helpful materials.