Diving can be fun and enjoyable. With your first underwater breath, your life will never be the same again. But while you're considering everything you read and hear about SCUBA diving, let's keep our eyes open about the process of learning to SCUBA dive.
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While most SCUBA instructors and certification agencies sell the “experience", of SCUBA diving, learning how to dive is a procedure. To learn this procedure, remember three fundamental principles of learning to SCUBA dive:
- SCUBA will provide you, what you place in.
- It's almost always preferable to own your own equipment.
- There'll be a moment, the SCUBA experience won't be fun!
SCUBA will provide you, what you place in. If you don't employ your newfound abilities consistently and often, they'll get lost. Consider it, do you fly with a pilot that had been certified 9 weeks ago and today is willing to take you on their first flight? How about getting surgery with a physician that hasn't had surgery in over a single year?
What occurs when SCUBA begins to get dull? Have a course, go on holiday, or help with an Open Water course. Do something different.
It's almost always preferable to own your own equipment. The fundamental facts are fairly clear: divers, that have their own SCUBA gear, will dive more frequently. Just consider it, your best friend calls and wants to go SCUBA.
You have to run to the dive shop, rent some gear, try it on and make sure it matches and then go SCUBA diving. Loading your vehicle and meeting on the shore is really easy right?