Fitness in diving, specifically public safety diving, allows us to perform, be successful, and refrain from injury. Obesity and laziness are the killers of public safety personnel. Public safety divers often find themselves in the least preferable conditions doing the dirtiest of work. Fitness is how we are going to stay alive in the long run.
SDI/TDI/ERDI has some great presentations to share with you at DEMA this year. Check out our seminar line up and get pre-registered today
Ready to move up to tech diving? Or to advance your level of tech diving? Have you considered having more than one instructor? Not only will this allow you to get more perspective on your course it will also create a built in back up plan.
In Part 2 of our Health and Fitness series, Thomas Powell shares the beginnings of the journey he went on with his business partner Josh Norris to improve their health and fitness. They start by visiting a doctor to get a professional opinion on how they should approach this process and they are shocked by what the doctor tells them. Later they recount how shedding some weight and upping their fitness routine affects their diving.
Do you know what happens when you push the limits too far? What you’re risking? Is it truly worth it? Narcosis isn’t something to joke around with. We’re taking a deeper look into it and handing out the facts on why you should always dive to your certification and stay well within your limits.
New to diving? Do you know all the ways to equalize your ears on your decent? Spoiler Alert: There are more than just a few! Read on to learn all the ways to equalize your ears so you’re prepared to use one of these methods on your next dive.
No matter how experienced a diver you may be, there is always room for improvement. Just like how we learn how to get around better in a new city we can learn to navigate under water better as well. We’re sharing 7 tips on how you can improve your sense of direction under water.
Now that summertime is in full-swing you might be thinking about where to go on your next family vacation. This might mean a dive trip comes to mind, are your kids Junior Divers yet? How do you know if they’re ready? Spoiler Alert: it’s not just about their next birthday.
In the final article of our 3 part series on the Facebook Pixel we’re showing you how to create an ad using the audience you created last month. We’ll walk you through step-by-step via video so you can follow along as you create your first ad with the Facebook Pixel.