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Can you breath through your nose and exhale out your mouth at the same time?


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2015-07-14 20:40:50
2015-07-14 20:40:50
No it is imposibleImposible i tell you!

ignore him he is wrong....look up circular breathing, Kenny g did it to sustain the worlds longest note(which i believe was 34 minutes)technically if u mastered it you could exhale through the mouth for eternity

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