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Video: There are no “elevators” in Scuba Diving

Your BCD is not an elevator to get to the surface.  Some people have a tendency to use it to get to the surface.  This will cost problems you do not want to deal with.  It could lead to rapid ascents and injuries.  Get proper training on buoyancy control and you will be able to kick yourself to the...

They were Everywhere! | ScubaShea.com

We had a great weekend of scuba diving in the Chicago area!  Where else can you have nice weather, water in the upper 60′s and lower 70′s (remember I said Chicago area) and visibility in that 25 to 35 foot range (again, Chicago area).  Seen a couple of Northern’s, Crappies, and the elusive...

Video: Common Mistake – My Scuba Regulator Does Not Supply Enough Air

Technology has advanced a lot for scuba divers and the equipment they use in the last fifty-years. When some scuba divers go a little deeper or find themselves working harder, such as into a current, they feel the regulator is not supplying enough air. For most recreational diving, just about all regulators...

Common Mistake: My Scuba Regulator Does Not Supply Enough Air

Technology has advanced a lot for scuba divers and the equipment they use in the last fifty-years. There has been more improvements in the equipment from twenty years ago versus the last ten years. When some scuba divers go a little deeper or find themselves working harder, such as into a current, they feel...

Video: Why Take The Rescue Diver Course?

There are three KEY reasons you should be in the Rescue Diver Class.  Some scuba instructors would insert the Rescue Diver class immediately after the open water diver class because it is such a confidence builder.  Watch and learn what those Key reasons are....

Are you Qualified to Teach | ScubaShea.com

Talking with one of my good friends the other day and they were making the remark that a potential student turned them down because he was not part of a shop and wasn’t qualified to teach them.  This concept has festered with me a bit and then when I was reading an article in Crain’s, about social media...

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