Upper Body Strength

Adams, Jessica B.
January 2010
Alert Diver;Winter2010, Vol. 26 Issue 1, p22
The article offers information on practical exercises for improving upper-body strength and endurance for better diving. It states that stronger upper part of the body of the divers can make lifting of gear, climbing a ladder, and carrying tanks easier. It discusses how to properly execute some exercises for upper-body improvement, such as chest and muscles in upper-back, including push-ups, row left, and row right.


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