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Discussion in 'DIR Diving' started by Gareth Burrows, Jan 26, 2011.
Oi Si stop picking on the new Guey gimp you big internet bully.
Bloody hell I go out of the office and do a little work and Its starts IIR Si i never said it was easy i was just explaining one of the things that we did last Friday.
One day.... maybe one day... do you think I can be a real diver like you guys?
Oh ok il let you off this time then
Can you drink beer and eat pies?
Enjoyed this article, thank you Gareth.
Silty never did make it to being a real diver
Hello! I propose to see the video with the author's courses on buoyancy controland efficient swimming flippers.The course I am in Russia,I do not know if you have something like that.We are pleased to answer your questions!))
What sort of finning technique is that? I'v never seen it before.
Sorry Denis, that's dreadful. Watch and learn:
Excellent video... watch, learn, but don't listen - seriously, who chose the soundtrack for that?
Not a Bryan Adams fan I take it SrLagarto ?
LoL - not exactly, Harry! Probably a good enough song in it's own right, just thought it was a peculiar choice for this type of video. Still, just my opinion - which I guess is what the volume control is for!
He didn't do it for you then.
What learning is not clear. I do not see why.
This technique economical way to swim in flippers. Note that the movement of fins arecurved path. The repulsion comes from the stationary layer of water. thus higher strokeefficiency and air flow is reduced. Just here to see prices shown fine work fins, which is especially important in a confined space.