Greeting to all of you underwater dwellers. Now that you know how to relax perfectly well – lets proceed to the second episode of the Deep Spearfishing Encyclopedia – Patience.
If you were a bit late to jump on the band wagon, the Deep Spearfishing Encyclopedia is pretty self-explanatory. In the series I focus on the characteristics of a spearo, who wants to achieve solid underwater performance. And although applicable to all depths, my goal is to get you ready for those deep-er days when you ‘dont see the bottom from the surface’.
In part one we discussed Relaxation and its ‘whats and whys’. In this second episode of the DSE focuses on the patience.
I will look into the holistic notion of ‘progress with depth’, some patience-related underwater tips to make you a better hunter and present you some quality footage of Mediterranean action.
Which languages do you speak? Russian, by any chance? Great! This particular episode of the DSE is in Russian. But if you are a bigger fan of English, Italian, Arabic, Turkish or Greek then you can choose the subtitles (captions) of your choice.
Here is a short intro:
The episode (below) was filmed when I was drifting in the sea with an empty gas tank. However it ended up being a rather short and informative:
Some things to remember?
- ‘Progress needs time’
- The art of proper ‘ambushing’
- A ‘slow spearo – a good spearo’
See you all soon for the DSE: Awareness.
Check out the other episodes in the series: