years, one of my competitive swimming sports. I also worked as a lifeguard. When I was a child who had a fear of water due to many factors, and like most human beings, we were not designed for water. However, after taking lessons (not my father threw me into deep water and swim said. I almost choked!), …
years, one of my competitive sport was swimming. I also worked as a lifeguard. When I was a child who had a fear of water due to many factors, and like most human beings, we were not designed for water. However, after taking lessons (not my father threw me into deep water and swim said. Almost choking me!), I developed a passion for it.
Later, they stood and joined a swim team while I was in jr. High and later in high school. My best shot was the breaststroke, butterfly followed. Swimming increase my upper body strength and endurance for other sports as well. When I added what I already did, I did much better overall athlete
is much better to swim to sink :.
In the field of natural movement, swimming is a part of it. One must be able to operate on land and sea.
Most Americans are pretty bad when it comes to swimming. According to the American Association of Coaches swim, only 2% of Americans can swim a quarter mile. Heck, I used anything 1+ mile sea on a regular basis. And the addition to the fact that about 60% fear even entering the water, we can see there is a lot of resistance swimming happening
make swimming an integral part of your routine exercise :.
There are a lot of benefits to adding swimming to your overall fitness plan. Michael Phelps had to consume 10,000 calories a day when I was in the training mode. A total of calories burned! Swimming does that. If you are looking to lose that excess body fat, then swimming it is another avenue for you. Swimming increases upper body strength (as I said before). That’s one reason many marathon runners are terrible swimmers, because they lack the upper body strength and many can not even make it halfway through an Olympic-sized pool. Swimming increases resistance. You have to use your whole body, including your heart, to be an effective swimmer.
Learning the path of least resistance:
effective Speaking of swimming, a reason many struggle with it is that your body is moving just not the right way. There is a lot going on and drag this uses a lot of energy. The best swimmers can swim in a way that reduces water resistance.
For the front crawl rule, it is important to move your body as a single unit. a strong core is needed. When you take a breath, roll your body to one side and not the head. This decreases the friction body is in the water. By doing this, you spend less energy and be able to travel further. There is more to the science of swimming so watch this space for more.
My challenge to you is to go swimming in this next summer and have fun too.