Stop taking the pleasure out of your dive with poor buoyancy control. We have straightforward easy to follow tips and techniques to help you look more like that steady floating divemaster in front of you instead of the Energizer buddy.
From: Dianne Rein
Dear Fellow Diver,
Does this ring a bell? There you are, ready to enjoy a nice leisurely dive. But wait, you are too close to the bottom. Ok, put more air in the BC.
Oh no. Now you are rising too far above everyone else. OK, take some air out of the BC.
Look, the divemaster is pointing out something under the coral head. Swim over and try and take a look but you can't stay in one spot.
You barely see what he was pointing out (if you are lucky) and swim away because you don't want to hit someone or something. Plus, you need to let the next diver in line get a chance to see it too.
Nothing can take the pleasure out of a dive like poor buoyancy control.
I know because I have been there. (Couldn't you feel my frustration in the above descriptions?)
in my search for perfect buoyancy control, I discovered that there are
some easy tips and techniques you can use to speed your way to neutral
buoyancy. Which is why I wrote:
"Stop the Elevator Ride - Easy Tips and Techniques to
Instead of being the energizer bunny you can look like the experienced diver who just floats along effortlessly and seemingly makes no movement.
Once you have your buoyancy under control - look out. You will have a whole different feeling to your diving.
I remember when I finally reached that state – just floating and not really moving save for the occasional fin kick to keep with the group. It's a whole new world of diving when you are neutrally buoyant.
You get to concentrate just on the things you want to – that beautiful sea fan, the amazing octopus, the wheelhouse of that wreck...
No more reaching for the inflator and letting in air, letting out air. No more fighting to see under the coral head..you know the drill.
You will also realize a wonderful side benefit to neutral buoyancy:
Your Air Consumption Will Also Improve As Your
Buoyancy Control Improves
Talk about killing two birds with one stone.
The reason for this is as you are fighting to become neutrally buoyant, you are using air to put in your BC. You are also using your energy - and, therefore, air - to try and stay steady in the water column.
You are going to end that now.
And I want you to get there faster than I did. Use my experience - and not your air - to end the ups and downs once and for all.
To help you, I have put together a straight forward user-friendly report full of easy to follow tips and techniques that will help improve your buoyancy control once and for all.
This is the 100% practical real life side of diving.
Throughout the report, I give you my real life experiences and examples as I tried to attain neutral buoyancy.
You can learn from my experiences - and my mistakes. The report is written in plain English, from one diver to another.
In "Stop the Elevator Ride- Easy Tips and Techniques to Neutral Buoyancy" you will discover:
Don't suffer through another elevator ride underwater. Get closer to neutral buoyancy on your very next dive. Order "Stop the Elevator Ride - Easy Tips and Techniques to Neutral Buoyancy" and improve your buoyancy control on your very next dive.
I know what it is like to be on that elevator ride. I wrote this report so you can get off that ride earlier than I did. This report has all the tips and techniques that will have you
In addition to all the tips on buoyancy control, this Report also contains special sections on:
Safe Ascents and Descents
These two aspects of a dive may seem deceptively simple.
But not so fast.
There are some things you need to consider before you even start to descend and start working on your buoyancy - and we cover them here.
Once you are down and floating along - you will also have to ascend safely. We give you all the information you need to know to get to the surface safely - which is one of the most important periods of any dive.
You had a great dive and you do not want to get this part wrong.
Don't forget, this is the 100% practical real life side of diving. I give you straightforward easy to follow tips and techniques so you can start floating steadier on your very next dive. End the elevator ride once and for all - and start enjoying your dives much more.
Try out our report with no risk - we have
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So start looking more like the divemaster and less like the energizer bunny on your very next dive. Order your report now for only $7.00.
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