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Be Active – Try Something

Written by Jamie Grove on

Scuba diving is an excellent way to improve physical and emotional health. Not only that, but after a couple of training sessions in a swimming a swimming pool you will learn new skills and be ready to for some amazing experiences and expand awareness of your environment.

Scuba diving on a diving regular basis steadily improves and maintains your general fitness and stamina levels. By using your legs to fin through the water it makes it feel almost effortless. You will also improve your muscle tone and strength due again to your movement through water but also the physical effort of carrying equipment such as your weight belt and diving gear. Increased muscle tone is great at relieving tension and improves ailments such as backache because, by strengthening the back muscles, pressure is reduced in the spine.

Corby and District Sub-Aqua Club are members of the British Sub Aqua Club – the world’s largest scuba diving club, and are based in Corby, CADSAC caters for both people wanting to learn to scuba dive and for already qualified divers looking for as friendly club. Members are provided with quality training and varied diving throughout the UK as well as more adventurous and exotic diving abroad.Scan-140114-0001

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