1. Make sure you are aware of your surroundings and any potential hazards. 2. Listen to your body and take frequent breaks if you need to. 3. Stay hydrated and make sure you are well-nourished before diving. 4. Be aware of the pressure changes that occur during a dive and take the necessary precautions.
1. Push off powerfully from the floor and dive forward, extending your arms out in front of you. 2. As you move through the water, use your arms to pull yourself forward in a streamlined position. 3. Keep your body as straight and parallel to the surface as possible. 4. When you reach the end of the dive, turn around and return to the starting point.
1. Take a deep breath in before each dive. 2. Exhale slowly and steadily as you move through the water. 3. Keep your breathing relaxed and controlled. 4. Take a deep breath in before you surface from the dive.
1. Begin by standing upright with your feet shoulder-width apart and your arms at your sides. 2. Bend your knees slightly and tuck your chin in towards your chest. 3. Take a deep breath in and hold it while you lower your body into a squat position. 4. Hold this position as you prepare to dive.