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Do you think you’ll be able to survive being thrown in the sea with your hands and feet tied up? Many of us will likely respond “no” to that question. Besides, that is definitely a difficult scenario to be in.
In his book entitled “100 Deadly Skills: The SEAL Operative’s Guide,” former Navy Seal Clint Emerson shared numerous life-saving skills.
And yes, one of the chapters discusses the theoretical question we asked at the beginning of this article.
According to Clint, the well-trained operative is equipped with “skills that can help extend his life.”
Clint explained further:
Check out the illustration below and see how you can do the technique:
Of course, things can be a lot tougher when you’re thrown in rough waters but despite that, Clint said you still have your chances.
“In rough seas, this may not give him enough clearance to get his head out of water. Instead, a full body rotation will allow him to take a deep breath and then continue travelling forward.”
Clearly, these are the type of information that are better to know and not need, than to need and not know.
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