If you are above the water you will get accelerated down until the weight of the water you disperse is equal to your own weight (calling this level $x$). As soon as you are completely submerged the gravitational force downwards will be $\rho Vg$ and by Archimedes principle the force upwards will be $\rho_w V g$, where $\rho$ is your density, $V$ is your volume and $\rho_w$ is the density of water. Thus the total downwards force is $Vg(\rho - \rho_w)$.
So depending on your density you will keep accelerating down ($x$ is never reached), or start accelerating up as soon as you pass level $x$. As humans are almost $90\%$ water, our density is very close to that of water (most people are a little more dense). Such that you probably can push your density to be higher than water if you complete exhale, then you will accelerate right to the bottom of the pool.
If you are less dense you will start accelerating up as soon as you reach level $x$ this acceleration plus the drag (which would depend on your position) will slow you down until your velocity is zero, then you will get accelerated upwards, and if you can hold your breath long enough you should oscillate around level $x$ with an exponentially decaying amplitude. And depending on your initial velocity at point $x$ and your density, the amplitude will vary.
It is basically a dapped harmonic oscillator, but not quite because the force for when you are higher then level $x$ is not linear in position.