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Benefits When You Go Swimming

If you live anywhere that has a pool, you would probably visit it a lot, right? If you don’t then let me explain to you why we should. Swimming is not that difficult to get the hang of and a lot of the time, people choose to swim recreationally. Swimming is a terrific way for individuals of all ages to have fun. Swimming for recreation can give you a low-impact workout while also allowing you to relax and feel good. Basically, you would be working out and building muscles without breaking a sweat. Breaststroke, backstroke, sidestroke, and freestyle are common recreational swimming strokes. But keep in mind that swimming can be a little strenuous on your muscles so be sure to relax every once in a while. 

On the other hand, some people who want to swim, swim to compete. This can provide both the health benefits of a strong workout and the enjoyment and excitement of competition. Breaststroke, freestyle, backstroke, and butterfly are the most common strokes used in competitive swimming. Swimming distances in competition range from 50 metres in a pool to much longer distances in open water. There have even been people who’ve swum across seas. It’s an amazing sport to take up, especially if you have the tenacity and motivation to do so. Some people involved in scuba diving Malaysia would even use normal pools for classes prior to going straight to the ocean. So, that all aside, whether you’re doing it recreationally or not, here are some benefits of swimming:

A Relaxing Form Of Exercise 

As mentioned before, swimming is a great way of working out without breaking a sweat. When comparing swimming to running, swimming laps around the pool burns more calories than jogging laps for an hour. This is a much better form of exercise than jogging or cycling because the impact on your muscles are lesser due to you being in the water. The buoyancy of the water helps keep your muscles sort of relaxed while you burn calories. 

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Improve Flexibility

When you swim, whether it be for recreational reasons or to compete, the flexibility of your body improves significantly. As mentioned before, swimming is a much better way of working out thanks to the buoyancy of the water, right? Well, alongside that, swimming uses almost every part of your body from head to toe. This is also why elderly people prefer to stretch while their bodies are underwater. For instance, they would do light stretching and it wouldn’t strain their muscles as much as it would if they were to stretch out of the water

Decrease Stress 

As a person who loves to swim, I can prove this statement. Have you ever heard of the phrase “on cloud nine”? Well, relaxing in water has been proven to be very calming to your mind as well as body. If you were to float in the water for a while, it would quite literally feel like you’re on cloud nine. Thus, this decreases your stress.

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