…And Made Him End
His Dive Before It Barely Got Started?”
Greetings Fellow Scuba
Do you experience the
frustration of too short dive times because you suck air at vacuum
cleaner speeds? Do you struggle to save scuba air?
descend to depth, anticipating the joy of watching a clown fish dart in
and out of the tendrils of an anemone, only to get into position,
glance at your pressure gauge, and realize that your air is already low
– and it’s time to head back toward the surface.
when you get there you have to suffer your dive buddy’s angry
looks because he’s only used half a tank, but his dive is
seemingly before it really started.
As scuba divers we all breathe
at different rates
genetic makeup of our bodies is one factor that influences how fast we
suck the air from our tank, and that condition is one we have very
little control over.
genetics is only one thing that affects our breathing rate. The speed
of our breathing underwater depends on a number of other conditions
that we have the power to do something about.
can take action to extend your dive time, preserve the air in that
scuba tank, and breathe like your sipping an after dinner brandy,
instead of guzzling a spring break beer.
Hi, I’m Joe
Jackson writing from Scuba
and in this letter I’ll tell you about how you can use the
experiments, and studies, I’ve conducted to teach myself how
make my air last so I enjoy longer dive times.
of this stuff I learned during my basic, advanced, and dive master
training, and pushed out of my conscious mind for some reason.
Remembering it later I realized how not using the knowledge cost me
because it forced me to end dives earlier than necessary.
Learn scuba breathing tweaks
and methods for conserving air