I would say it is not very difficult once you are properly trained. Being a certified diver and over 100 dives I think it is quite easy.
Physically it is not hard except maybe for the lifting of the gear but once in the water you are pretty much weightless floating underwater.
The most difficult part I suppose would be getting use to breathing underwater and through your mouth and not your nose.
Thanks. I'm trying to get a feel for HubPages so this was just a test question. I wanted to ask a Q about a topic I knew. As a certified diver myself, your answer is spot on. Thanks for allowing me to test the water.
Glad I could help and good luck to you here at Hubpages
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