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Mastering Buoyancy Control

Discussion in 'DIR Diving' started by Gareth Burrows, Jan 26, 2011.

  1. Gnomey

    Gnomey Well-Known Member

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    I personally think that first fin kick will kick up more silt than a new born PADI diver!!
     
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  2. big si

    big si Well-Known Member

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    Yeh right if you say so mate, i'll stay with my perfect horizontal trim and frog finning.
     
  3. Denis Khoroshko

    Denis Khoroshko New Member

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    In fact nasamom, silt, these methods do not pick up, though of course in its entirety to apply them to the site should not be muddy. All you need to do a smaller amplitude of the stroke. The main thing that a diver could be as diverse and consciously control yourbody!
     
  4. Major Clanger

    Major Clanger P-Plated Meg Diver

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    We are set in our ways Denis. What you are demonstrating is revolutionary ;)
     
  5. big si

    big si Well-Known Member

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    I'v taken another look at the video and Iv got the name for the fin kick, its called ''Humping The Dog''.
     
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  6. Doomanic

    Doomanic Dinosaur Wrangler
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    We heard you the first time...
     
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  7. big si

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    Double post :giggle:
     

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