In November last 2018, the SNSI training agency (Scuba & Nitrox Safety International) at the DEMA Show in Los Angeles made a sensation in some ways and caused heated discussions among not only professionals, but also diving enthusiasts. All sorts of discussions did not remain within the walls of the exhibition complex, and in accordance with modern trends, they spilled onto social networks with numerous video views and heated debate in different languages.
What was it about? What so surprised? The fact is that SNSI has developed and implemented a completely new, fundamentally different from others method of training in diving. Now, in 2019, when all the new SNSI instructors learn exactly how to conduct classes with their future students, we are Continue reading
Today freediving is becoming an increasingly popular hobby. A hunting method that has been practiced since ancient times, which people practiced in the very distant past, is undergoing a revival today as an exciting activity and is often referred to as the most rapidly developing water sport in the world.
If you are a scuba diver (scuba diver), and prefer to breathe underwater rather than hold your breath, freediving can still be very useful for you. Some of the skills gained in freediving training can be very useful when scuba diving, will help you become a more professional and confident diver.
1. Freediving will teach you basic skills before scuba diving.
The experience of holding a breath dive before starting scuba diving is a big plus for the future diver. At the time of the emergence of scuba diving as a sport, the possession of basic freediving skills was a prerequisite before starting a training course. Continue reading
Diving pregnancy is the subject of much discussion and research. We advise you to refrain from diving during this time. Since adverse effects can be both for the mother and the fetus.
Possible consequences for mother
1. The second and third months of pregnancy are often associated with nausea and vomiting, which underwater can create a risk of drowning.
Starting from the 2nd trimester of pregnancy, exposure to all kinds of barotraumas becomes especially topical. Blowing out becomes problematic due to swelling of the mucosa of the upper respiratory tract.
As the fetus grows and its pressure on the diaphragm increases, breathing difficulties begin to progress, Continue reading