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Les bases pour apprendre la plongée

Scuba diving is one of the most well known and loved sports in the world, and not only is it incredibly fun and enjoyable but as well educational. Many people even have a career in scuba diving, as an underwater photographer or deep sea diver, for instance.

A Quick Look At The Basics.

There is much to learn when it comes to scuba diving however there are a few basics of scuba diving that are especially important. One of the very first basics of scuba diving that any interested scuba diver should know is that scuba certification involves a lot of classroom work and in-water practice.

You have got to reach a point where you understand the equipment that you're using and scuba diving processes before you even attempt to scuba diving in open water.

Some of the basic concepts that you need to understand and learn include diving safely, understanding of air and air pressure, and the physics around diving. You will also need to understand the consumption of air and all the psychological issues around breathing pressurised air. You also need to fully understand the risks that you are undertaking when you are attempting to scuba dive.

What are the Essential Skills.

Also included in the basics of scuba diving is the learning of certain essential skills that you will have to have in order to be a successful scuba diver.

Probably the mosy essential is one of education. There are 2 basic way to get to a level whereby you have enough eduction behind you in order to dive in open waters. Take a course on a resort given by a qualified instructor or take a certificated course issued by a major diving organization.

In my experience most people opt for the certified course because they can ultimately dive unassisted however the resort method is mainly for people who just want to see if scuba diving is for them or not.

The Basic Diving Equipment.

To finish off learning about the basics of scuba diving you will need to have the proper gear. You want to start with the mask, fins, suit, snorkel, and weight belt. The mask is particularly important, because you are going to need to be able to see what is going on under the water.

Scuba diving is one of the most well known and loved sports in the world, and not only is it incredibly fun and enjoyable but as well educational. Many people even have a career in scuba diving, as an underwater photographer or deep sea diver, for instance.