Scuba Diving Fitness

I cannot tell you of how I feel about Scuba Diving. Not because I don’t feel passion about it, but because there are no words that can properly express the incredible elation and freedom that accompanies every immersion. It’s something only divers understand and live for. But what I can tell you, is that the health and fitness aspect is terribly neglected in our sport and it’s time to address it. This is accomplished through specific fitness coaching programs, and by addressing topics others don’t even consider.

Here are, the books on diver fitness. Enjoy!

Scuba Diving Fitness: The Fit And Healthy Diver Manifesto. The Ugly Truth of Fitness in Scuba Diving

Coach Izzy is frustrated and his tone is more stern than usual. But he makes no apologies and he is not afraid to speak the truth. He reveals how for too long mediocrity and conformism have been pampered under the guise of self-acceptance and political correctness. How for too long they have made it OK for divers to concoct excuses and accept inferior fitness. He unmasks these misguided, damaging, and over-entitled mantras without regret.Click HERE for full description

Scuba Diving Fitness: The Missing Component Extortion, Bribes, And Shysters Cannot Get You

A solid foundation is crucial for the success of any endeavor and divers know this well. Unfortunately, when it comes to health and fitness, most people have little idea of what a solid foundation is. Good intentions and plans are excellent, but useless – and occasionally harmful – if done under the misguidance of a poor foundation.

The book focuses on the largely ignored but irreplaceable foundation of preparing the mindset and its role in making your goals come to fruition. Many make the mistake of seeing it only as an emotional component, and erroneously believe that it is exercise or diet what creates lasting results.

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Kettlebells For A Fit Diver

Between the obligations of life and off-gassing, scuba divers have a small time window for their fitness. Unfortunately, many don’t know how to maximize it and find only frustration. That’s why Kettlebells For A Fit Diver came to existence. Now in its second edition, it has been showing divers that superb diver fitness can be achieved with only:

  • A kettlebell.
  • A space without obstructions.
  • About 3 hours per week.
  • The desire for permanent changes.

That’s it! Kettlebells have reclaimed their place in mainstream fitness for one undeniable fact: They work!

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