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Sidemount Training At Another Level
I’ve been a fan of Steve Martin, one of the world’s leading sidemount diving instructors for a many years now, I recently saw he has completed his Online Sidemount Essentials training video series with the release of an 8 hour video on Underwater Skills and Development!
The complete series consists of six parts, with 4 different package options:
– Cylinder Workshop Configuration (1 hour)
– Regulator Workshops Training (1 hour)
– Harness & BCD Workshop Training (1.6 hours)
– Sidemount Essentials – Tips & Tricks (1.7 hours)
– Stage/Deco Cylinder Workshop Training (1 hour)
– Underwater Skills and Development (8 hours)
That’s a whopping 14.3 hours of interactive content split across the six videos.
All video packages are available to purchase now from Steve’s website and all include complete English subtitles. Steve plans to have different subtitles available in as many languages as possible; if you are interested in a language or want to do some translation work, Steve asks you get in touch with him ASAP.
Steve tells us that in the next few months he is also going to be offering an online remote coaching service that is targeted towards those people who want training & feedback but cannot take part in one of his in-water training courses.
“I’ve poured over seven years of experience in teaching sidemount diving courses into these videos,” said Steve. “I’m very excited and confident these online training videos will really raise the bar and take sidemount training to a whole new level. The initial uptake and feedback so far has been outstanding.
Steve also stated “One of the reasons I decided to make these highly detailed training videos and make them available online was because I wanted to offer a reasonably low cost option for everyone around the world to get access to this level of instruction. One of the things that’s so great about having online videos is they do not expire, can be watched as many times as you wish and can be kept for future reference as you continue to learn.”
For more information and to purchase the online training videos, visit www.sidemounting.com
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