There is much more you can learn, more about diving, effects of pressure, symptoms and how different activities affect flight safety. A good practice is to have a “down day” prior to flight after any divining.
Aviation instructors are taught to be aware of Five Hazardous Attitudes. They include Anti-Authority (Don’t tell me), Impulsivity (Do it quickly), Invulnerability (It won’t happen to me), Macho (I can do it) and Resignation (What’s the use?)
While it certainly is one of the costs, it’s not the only one. But, what goes into the cost of training?
To make sure you get the right fins, with the right features and fit, Follow these simple steps to help you choose the right fit.
The key question is, how to stop this from happening?
Have you developed the skills and confidence to execute a proper safety stop and surfacing procedure?
Finding the right dive mask is essential to your comfort and enjoyment under water. Doing so involves four things.
Here are some general recommendations that apply to most defogging solutions:
To a large degree, you care for your mask the same as you would any other piece of dive equipment.
A mask can easily seduce you with factors ranging from color to style and features. None of these matter, however, unless the mask fits. Don’t settle for anything less than a perfect fit.