Category: Ted Harty Safety

I Know My Limits

The fallacy behind I don’t push myself and I’m in tune with my body. Most divers know you are supposed to dive with a buddy and dive one up, one down. Yet many of those same people don’t do either of those things. In my opinion,...

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Why and How to Hunt in Teams

If you are reading this, you probably know you should be diving in teams, with your buddy close enough to grab you when you surface. You probably know that most fatalities in our sport occur by not following this basic rule....

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Clean up your entry

During my courses, students are bombarded with a lot of information and new techniques. The one technique I spend the most time on without question is efficient entry technique. I typically spend more than an hour spread over 2...

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Too much lead got you down?

Generally speaking many spearfishermen wear too much weight. This causes two problems. First, if they were to black out they would end up on the bottom of the ocean and second, it can reduce their dive time. When I started...

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