CAVE DIVING PROPULSION TECHNIQUES

The two underwater propulsion techniques used in cave diving are the modified frog kick and the modified flutter kick. Technically, these are achieved by bending the knees at 90 degrees with the body in horizontal trim. These techniques are solely intended to avoid the fin wash from hitting the silty bottom of most caves. A silt out condition is one of the emergencies in cave diving.

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