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February 2017
WHEN WE ARE BEGINNERS, THE SUBJECT OF AIR CONSUMPTION WILL BE IN OUR HEAD BEFORE AND EVEN DURING OUR IMMERSIONS. FIND HERE SOME USEFUL INFORMATION TO IMPROVE AIR CONSUMPTION Everyone wants to have longer background times or at least not be the first in the group to be low in air … What can we...
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She pushed herself into the depths of the dive while the pioneers of the dive of her time were splashing around on the bass. Zale broke the records of depth and surface to become the most beautiful woman to grace the cover of the magazine of Sports Illustrated. She was the first to wear a...
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The Yucatan peninsula is a limestone rock plain that formed in shallow Cretaceous seas (150-65 million years). It has gradually emerged from the sea from southeast to northwest and has been exposed to sea level variation during the last glaciations (last two million years) that has been up to 100 meters. The current level of...
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The Revillagigedo Archipelago, located 500 km west of the state of Colima, world-renowned for the excellent diving with the majestic Manta Gigantes (Manta birostris), and recently declared a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, houses species of great ecological and commercial importance Of the incredible blankets. Of course, many should think sharks are very important, and...
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We know that women have many particular doubts regarding diving. So we take the issues that usually are the ones that generate more unknowns. Premenstrual Syndrome, If women suffer from premenstrual syndrome, cautious diving during this period may be the most accurate decision. However, there is no scientific evidence stating that these women are more...
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