These values extend so much further than just diving. These values can be applied to many different aspects of life. Being a well rounded, respectable diver will pay off in much larger experiences and even a clearer mindset.
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It’s not about the gear, it’s about what you do with it. It’s not about the level of training, it’s about what’s going to work for your current level and where you plan to advance to. Learn more about the things you should consider when buying scuba gear.
If 2020 has taught us anything, it’s that video meetings will continue to remain a vital part of our lives. They are now how business is conducted, how education is received, and much more. What we are suggesting in this post are some simple guidelines for successful video meetings.
If you have ever struggled with maintaining neutral buoyancy in your drysuit, then this article is for you. In this article, we’ll break down a drill you can do to help you learn more about air mitigation to improve your buoyancy.
Now that you’ve done some research on finding the right freediving course and instructor, and you’ve taken some time to prepare via Google, the next thing you might be wondering is how is this all going down? What will this freediving course be like? What should you expect?
Learning to hold your breath can be confusing and maybe even a little scary for some. We get it, learning new skills can be hard. We’re here to explain how your mind plays a role in this and some tips on how it can go better.
We all have feelings about reels, right? It can’t be just us… This month we have a special poem about our frenemy — the scuba reel. We hope it gives you a good chuckle like it did for us.
Do you know the differences in the male and female bodies which make them respond to cold differently? This can be important to consider when potentially talking about or even performing an ice rescue. We’re exploring more about the things that cause females and males to react differently when hypothermia is in question.
Are you creating lifelong divers or bucket list divers? Here are five ways you can change up your Open Water courses to ensure that the divers you’re training keep coming back for more. This advice comes from an Instructor who has seen a thing or two in his over 20 years of experience. These are tips you won’t want to miss.