What Happens When You Hit The Water On A 27m Dive?
Gary Hunt on the topic of the „impact“:
Every diver has to learn their capabilities. When you start you want to do hundreds and hundreds of dives and you learn that the day after a training session can be very painful; it’s not obvious how many dives you’re capable of. Also, it’s about preparing yourself 100% before actually going for a dive. You learn in the first few years that the preparation is so important and that’s better to do hundreds and hundreds of lead ups before actually going for a dive. Making this new dive perfect or as close to perfect as possible on the first try rather than just going up there when you’re not fully ready for it.
If you’re not physically prepared for it a good dive can hurt you. You need to be physically ready for the impact because obviously when you’re not vertical it’s going to hit you hard. A vertical impact it’s a lot of pressure on your body, so it’s a sport that you really work all year round for.
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