Saturday, February 6, 2016

How one man held his breath for 23 minutes

23 mins?? How is this even possible? We can hold ours for about 45 secs. We wonder how many brain cells he killed while doing this. Now don't be doing this in your bathtub kids...

In 2014, freediver Goran Čolak broke the Guinness World Record for static apnea and went without breathing for 23 minutes. On average, a human body at rest takes about 12 to 20 breaths a minute, but you probably never think about it. So how did Čolak master the art of oxygen deprivation?

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