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Holding your breath underwater for longer than 10 seconds is probably not something you would do for fun. But for one man in Norway, it weirdly is.

Norwegian Marius Solaat Rødland was able to solve three Rubik’s Cubes underwater last year with just one breath. Rødland was held down by his trusty friend (by the legs, so he wouldn’t float to the surface unintentionally), and then he casually solved the cubes with ease. It’s so calm, you’d think he was chilling in his grandma’s living room and not, you know, at the bottom of a swimming pool.

The professional swimmer, who was 17 at the time the video was recorded, is the holder of five Norwegian junior records. But we’re willing to bet he’s more recognizable around the world as the guy who really knows his Rubik’s Cubes. Check out his skills in the video above and you should probably refrain from trying this trick at home.