When you go to the University of Wisconsin and observe the dive club, you will notice a few things about the way that they train that really stand out. First of all, they train with an incredible amount of determination and dedication. Most divers are doing something toward their training every single day. They may not be practicing their dives that often, but they are swimming, weight training, running and doing other things that only Read the rest of this entry »
Scuba divers all over the world choose diving destinations that offers an abundance of marine life. Most diving spots require you to be a certified scuba diver. Certification can take anywhere from a few days to a few weeks. You will begin your scuba lessons inside a swimming pool until you are comfortable breathing with the equipment. Basic water safety rules are also covered during classes. You will learn how to handle typical scuba diving problems. Read the rest of this entry »
Most top scuba diving destinations require you to be certified. You can get certified at most destinations within a day or two. These top scuba diving spots offer scuba instructors for new divers. They will supply all the equipment you need to get started. You will learn about water safety while diving and what to do in case of emergency. Scuba diving is the best way to interact with marine life near the beautiful coral Read the rest of this entry »
It is said that we know more about the surface of the moon than we do about our own oceans. While some might argue that the reason for that is simply because the moon is a barren rock hurdling through space, the fact remains that we still no more about our cosmic neighbor than we do about what is ostensibly our own back yard. However, each and every day we are making brand new discoveries about the watery depths that surround us. If you went on http://www.tvsavings.org/ and get all those special science channels then you have probably seen all the new types of fish we’ve uncovered and we’re discovering them every day in our mini-subs and through scuba diving. Diving is one of the most preferred methods when it comes to exploring the deep as it gives us a first-hand encounter with the unknown, unfortunately it does tend to limit where you can go. The deeper you get, the stronger the pressure and no human body is meant to stand up to that kind of weight. However, that doesn’t stop us from trying to learn and develop innovative ways to uncover the mysteries of the deep, but with so much to see, it may take generations before we know as much about the oceans as we do about the moon.
If you are a member of a sports team with your school, you should know there are a variety of ways you can keep up with your school’s sports activities online. Even if you do not play for your school but still enjoy watching and keeping up with the sports,there are ways for you to do this online as well. Several schools have pages on multiple social networking sites, where you can follow your favorite school team’s Read the rest of this entry »
The University of Wisconsin’s Dive Club, also known as the Hoofer Scuba Club, schedules loads of diving activities throughout the year. If you go to their website, you can find their Calendar under Events, Trips, and Class Signup. Sign up for their e-mail list and they will keep you updated on all of their local dives, classes, and social events. Classes are held on every imaginable diving topic, including Beginners, Open Water, Rescue, Ice, Wreck, and Night Diving, among others. If you don’t see a Read the rest of this entry »
There are many people who follow the Dive Club and want to know when and where to find information on when the diving events they hold take place. There are several different resources available to people when the need arises to look at dive meeting schedules and actual school-sponsored events. Firstly, the best place to check for these schedules is online at the official website of the school or group. You will be able to find resources here which relate to events, parking for the events, and even expected turnout. This will help you plan your day Read the rest of this entry »
The Hoofer Scuba Club is a tremendous asset to the University of Wisconsin. Membership is open to students, staff and Union members, and you have to be a Hoofer member to dive. The Club is able to offer scuba gear and tank rentals at very reasonable prices. They use the area’s bountiful natural resources to hold local diving events and classes. Classes range from the very basic for newbies to the most challenging, including Divemaster, Rescue, Wreck, Night, Read the rest of this entry »