By Jarrod Jablonski
The basics of higher Diving was once written for a person who desires to get the main out in their diving. From augmenting dive safeguard to expanding the joy of your family's Caribbean diving journey or making plans deep cave exploration, DIR diving is the recent origin for all diving practices. This publication outlines not just the basic abilities and methods constituting sound diving perform but additionally the relevant components of a holistic method of diving
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A. New Diver • Review buddy’s equipment and dive plan prior to dive • Stay with dive buddy during entire dive and frequently check their personal status; learn to look for things like unusual bubbling or signs of stress 42 ©Sandra Edwards, Ft. Lauderdale Some people assume that requiring a dive buddy is a sign of dependency. In fact, there is nothing further from the truth; good dive buddy skills not only promote diver awareness, they also promote ability. A capable dive buddy can be a tremendous asset, offering redundant equipment, an added perspective, more safety, and a source of greater enjoyment.
Advanced Technical Diver • Demonstrate a range of propulsion intensity using both flutter and frog kicks; be able to alternate between the two styles • Demonstrate an ability to travel across an extremely silty bottom while fully configured in technical diving equipment within 1’ (30cm) from the bottom • While hovering horizontally turn 360 degrees in each direction using only the legs (no hand movement) • While floating horizontally be able to turn in any direction and back up slowly while using only the legs (no hand movement) Diver demonstrating the flutter kick; ©Ron De Amorim Types of Propulsion Techniques Individuals that train in silty or overhead environments have cause to be concerned about reductions in visibility.
Like all propulsion techniques, this one can be used with a varying degree of force. In areas with easily disturbed sediments, individuals should move slowly and kick lightly, careful always to force the water upward. In very silty areas, divers propel themselves by kicking carefully only with their ankles. B. Frog Kick The frog kick is a particularly effective method of controlling the direction of one’s thrust. This kick resembles the kicking action of a swimming breaststroke. Its greatest benefit is that it eliminates the vertical component of a flutter kick.
Doing it Right: The Fundamentals of Better Diving by Jarrod Jablonski