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In scuba diving there is training and there is certification. Certification has always been the holy grail of every scuba course. But at Unified Team Diving we are redefining how scuba training works. Our UTD instructors are coaches and our students are clients and our process is to make you an awesome, badass diver. https://utdscubadiving.com
 
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In our last episode – "The Most Obscure Questions in Scuba Diving, The Tech Episode," we specifically left out the questions about diving doubles. So now Jeff and Ben devote the whole episode to doubles...the good, the less good, and the really good. Lots of facts, and lots of opinions. If you dive doubles, or are considering it, this is your episo…
 
Jeff and Ben take on four obscure questions in technical scuba diving: Why nitrox 50 from 160ft/48m but oxygen from 130ft/39m? Why are all the deco and stage cylinders on the left? Why do we only carry one bottom timer? Why do we use SPG's, not electronic transmitters? This, plus dozens of tangents and shiny objects. Although the topics are founded…
 
Well, maybe this isn't the most obscure question in scuba diving; actually, it might be one of the most common, and misconceptions run rampant. But we continue to hear about skip breathing so, here it is: Jeff and Ben on countless reasons why skip breathing is both a bad idea and a physiological non-starter. Plus, a look at why we train for multipl…
 
Okay...the one we've all been waiting for. A deep discussion about deep stops with one of the world's foremost authorities, Dr. Simon Mitchell. In this episode, part two of our talk with Simon, we look at the objective, subjective, historical, and random concepts of deep stops during decompression. Support the show (https://utdscubadiving.com/stude…
 
In this episode Jeff and Ben do a deep, deep deep deep dive into all things decompression with renowned technical diver Dr. Simon Mitchell. Breathing, gas density, CO2 issues, body temperature, and tons more in this first half of our talk with Dr. Mitchell. Stay tuned for the next episode where we take an equally in-depth look at deep stops. Watch …
 
A few months ago we did a podcast called Marginal Gains in Scuba Diving (episode 18). In that podcast we looked at the little, small things you can do that, when taken together, add up to bigger gains. For us, as scuba divers, the gains we are looking for include, reduced gas consumption, longer bottom times on the same amount of gas, etc. But we q…
 
For decades the second step in most people's scuba training is the advanced class. But is that the best training path? In this episode Jeff and Ben look at the reasons the advanced class exists, both from a marketing and a diving standpoint. We talk about a course progression that includes the advanced class, but also some other options. Primarily,…
 
Did we mention fun? In this episode Jeff and Ben are joined by UTD instructor Kim Cardenas as we take a deep dive into everything scooters – some of the history with UTD including Scubatics (underwater acrobatic competition) and Monkey Bash (one of the craziest games you can play underwater), along with the pros, the cons, the costs, and more. Here…
 
Jeff and Ben are joined by UTD instructor James Mott. James was one of the original 10 UTD instructors and has The Great Dive Podcast, one of the greatest dive podcasts out there. In this episode we explore the process of training, the idea of mastery in scuba diving and mastery in life, and take a close look at how we learn. Please join us for thi…
 
Sometimes it's the simplest things that can be the most interesting. As we head toward winter and water temperatures decrease, the thickness of dry suit undergarments tends to increase. In this episode Jeff and Ben look at all aspects of why dry suits keep you warm, how to choose proper undergarments, and how these suites actually work to insulate …
 
We talk failures, computers, checklists, and much more. This time we have a special guest, Gareth Lock from the www.thehumandiver.com about human factors in diving and what we can do to make our dives better and safer. Support the show (https://utdscubadiving.com/student-subscriptions/)โดย UTD Scuba Diving
 
It is the little things that matter. Ask any performance athlete or engineer. Whether you are trying to squeeze the most speed out of your bicycle or motorcycle, or the best aerodynamics out of your Formula 1 car, the small things add up. The "marginal gains" movement has taken hold in performance sports over the past decade like never before, and …
 
Imagine yourself 100 meters underground, tucked into a little trolly, racing down rail tracks in an abandoned mine – bullets flying, snakes biting, the heroine captured, and time running out. That's mine diving. Except for the bullets, snakes, and heroine. But the rest of it is still there, sitting as it sat when the mine was closed and flooded yea…
 
What's it like to coach scuba divers to meet their goals and aspirations? In this episode Jeff and Ben talk with UTD instructor and scuba coach Mike Brennan. Mike was one of the first UTD instructors to start coaching divers and has a unique and fascinating perspective on using coaching to train divers as opposed to a traditional short-term class. …
 
The other day Ben and I were talking about upcoming podcasts, particularly the Obscure Questions episodes, then five minutes later we were talking about a student's question regarding flow checks – the process of confirming, both before and during the dive, that all your scuba tank valves are in the proper position – open or closed – as appropriate…
 
As we approach six months into the Covid-19 pandemic and lockdown restrictions, Jeff and Ben take a look at how UTD has modified in-water training to accommodate good public health practices while maintaining the core principles of Unified Team Diving's training. Support the show (https://utdscubadiving.com/student-subscriptions/)…
 
Are you ready? When is the right time to take a UTD scuba diving class? From Extreme Scuba Makeover to Essentials to Tech and Cave, Jeff and Ben look at the question of, "When should I take my next class?" If you get to the end of this podcast and you are still not sure, contact us and we'll help. Contact us by clicking here. Support the show (http…
 
What's it like being a UTD instructor candidate? After a week-long IDC, UTD CEO (and instructor trainer) Jeff Seckendorf sat down with the team to find out what if feels like on the other side. Six UTD instructors, instructor candidates, and students offer their honest expectations and experiences on the process, the prep, the diving, and the UTD c…
 
It's 2017 and a local dive shop owner has this crazy idea to build an eco park and scuba center at a quarry on a property that is an active mine. Join Jeff as UTD instructors Matt Skogobo and Zach Kennedy unfold the story of how the Juturna Springs Quarry is about to start hosting divers and dive classes from up and down the east coast of the U.S. …
 
Weighting. And weight. Why we need weight, where to put it, when to ditch it, why not ankle weights, and lots more about this seemingly simple yet sometimes polarizing topic. Jeff and Ben answer your questions and find endless tangents about the how's and why's of weighting in scuba diving. Check out great training and scuba coaching at UTD Scuba D…
 
In this episode Jeff, Ben, and Seattle Aquarium Dive Safety Officer Jeff Christiansen talk about the role divers play in educating aquarium visitors. Plus stories of diving and training in the exhibits as both kids and parents watch through the giant glass walls. To subscribe to the UTD online content that includes the Unified Team Diving Scientifi…
 
When UTD Scuba Diving reorganized in January 2020, we opted to move our online course content into a monthly subscription model. This gives every student access to every course we offer in their category. The benefits are huge, for both the student and the instructor. In this short, bonus podcast, we look at the model, the benefits, and more. Subsc…
 
We continue our discussion of scuba diving coaching with Jeff, Ben, and Alan. How does the Unified Team Diving coaching program work? How do you start? Why do we call you a scuba athlete? What are our expectations of you as a scuba coaching athlete? All this and a ton more. For more info on the UTD Scuba Diving program, click here. To contact us, c…
 
A collection of random questions and more random answers: Why is nitrox a ridiculous gas? Why don't we use "team bailout" gas...why does each diver carry their own rock bottom? Why does Ben have a dry suit dump valve on his hood? And much more. Have an obscure question? Send it to us. www.utdscubadiving.com info@utdscubadiving.com Support the show …
 
UTD CEO Jeff Seckendorf, Training Director Ben Bos, and head of the UTD Scuba Coaching Program Alan Weinberg talk about goals and training measurements. Is your goal a certification card? Or is it great training that can eventually lead to certification? And how do we measure your skill level? Most sports have some measurement – power, speed, effic…
 
As we expand our dive coaching program at UTD Scuba Diving, we talk with former pro cyclist and owner of CINCH Cycling, Tom Danielson. Tom coaches world class athletes in cycling and other sports and gives us his take on integrating an athletic coaching model into Unified Team Diving's scuba training model. Find us at utdscubadiving.com Find Tom at…
 
Is public safety diving compatible with the scuba diving techniques we teach at UTD – team and situational awareness, proper trim and buoyancy, and non-silting propulsion techniques? Our guest is Shannon Buhl, UTD instructor and director of the Cherokee Nation Marshal Service. For close to 20 years Shannon has run a dive team that covers 9000 squar…
 
What's it take to cut huge ghost fishing nets off a reef or wreck? Or raise abandoned fishing traps lost on the ocean floor? Join UTD CEO Jeff Seckendorf, UTD Training Director Ben Bos, and UTD Instructor and long-time ghost net diver Kim Cardenas for a look at the training and skills needed to help rid the ocean of all this dangerous lost fishing …
 
There is side mount diving, and there is side mount diving. In this episode UTD CEO Jeff Seckendorf and UTD's training director Ben Bos talk with special guest Sherrie Gould about her experiences as a recreational side mount diver. It's no longer just a 'cave thing.' Support the show (https://utdscubadiving.com/student-subscriptions/)…
 
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