Today I started  working to hold my breath longer so I can remain calm under water.  Starting with a training tip from a colleague. Method: Start and hold your breath for 30 seconds, breath for 30, hold breath for 1 minute, breath for a minute, hold breath as long as possible. Repeat at responsible frequencies. My first attempt, or baseline is 1:33 seconds. Hoping I can add a minute to this baseline by mid-November.  Mark Healey wrote about his methods to stay fit and prepared on Surfline.com which looks intense.

Regardless, I’ll need my lungs in a few months to be ready..

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Mike Dobbs

Mike is responsible for overseeing strategic Search Engine Optimization (SEO) initiatives for 360i's clients. Since joining 360i in 2000, Mike has successfully managed large-scale search marketing campaigns for leading Fortune 500 marketers, implementing strategies that leverage the changing natural search landscape and its emerging opportunities to propel 360i clients to the top of the SERPs.

A nationally recognized search marketing expert, Mike has been quoted as a search engine expert in leading publications and regularly contributes to 360i’s blog, Digital Connections. Mike holds a BS in Business Administration from The College of Charleston. For more on Mike, follow him on Twitter at @mikedobbs.