You asked: What is similar to scuba diving?

Is scuba diving similar to any other sport?

Scuba diving is a recreational sport for everyone, young or old, male or female. It’s a gentle activity, not very hard on the body and particularly relaxing. This is what makes diving a sport for everyone. No need to be a top-level athlete – diving doesn’t require more effort than walking or leisure cycling.

What are the two types of diving?

Diving can be divided into two large categories: scuba diving and freediving. While freediving is done at breath-hold, scuba diving requires a breathing apparatus. There are many different types of scuba diving, each defined as either recreational or professional.

What’s the most common scuba diving injury?

The most common injury in divers is ear barotrauma (Box 3-03). On descent, failure to equalize pressure changes within the middle ear space creates a pressure gradient across the eardrum.

Can a non swimmer scuba dive?

The answer is: yes, you can

To get certified as a diver, you need to know basic swimming (ability to float or tread water for 10 min, swim 200m unaided/300m with mask-fins-snorkel). However, to do introductory scuba diving program such as Try Scuba or a PADI Discover Scuba Diving program, swimming is not required.

Is scuba diving easier than snorkeling?

Snorkeling is definitely the easier of the two water activities. Scuba diving requires a multi-day class/school and passing certifications while snorkeling does not require anything more than a special mask.

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