13 Shocking Health Benefits of Swimming (Is It The Best Workout Ever?)
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Whether it’s for leisure, pleasure or competition, swimming is a great way to improve your health and wellbeing!
We know that 90% of swimmers have shoulder pain at one time or another. What we’ve found is that swimmers who aren’t using their core muscles effectively often overcompensate with their shoulder muscles.
There is no doubt that svømming is one of the best way to burn fat and lose weight, and you can burn about 500 calories per hour when you swim. After all, it works your whole body, yet it’s gentle on joints, reducing the risk of injury. And you don’t need to worry about the smell of hot sweaty armpits afterwards. Now in this video I will share with you 9 awesome benefits of swimming.
Swimming burns mega calories Did you know swimming burns approximately 500-750 calories per hour (based on a 150-pound woman)?
These calories can be more or less depending on your weight and stroke style. If you combine your swimming workout with healthy eating you will achieve weight loss and feel great!
It Helps You Stay Flexible Swimming requires you to reach, stretch, twist, and pull your way through the water. Your ankles become fins and are stretched with each kick as you push off against the liquid pressure. This doesn’t mean you shouldn’t still stretch on your own, but repetitive stretching found in your various strokes also helps with flexibility.
Swimming strengthens muscles The resistance of water can be 44 times greater than air, meaning you have to work harder to move through it. It’s like working out with weights or machines without the need for expensive equipment, which makes it an affordable way to strengthen your muscles.
Swimming is healthy for your heart Svømming also helps improve the most important muscle in our bodies, the heart. Because it’s an aerobic exercise, it serves to strengthen the heart, not only helping it to become larger, but making it more efficient in pumping, which leads to better blood flow throughout your body.
Each year thousands of people move to Southwest Florida to enjoy the water, but if you haven’t mastered the breathing or the technique of swimming, it can be challenging. A new class is helping adults become more comfortable and confident in the water.
Emily Withington, an exercise specialist at the Wellness Center Cape Coral, says she hopes the new workout will help participants develop technique and safety skills in the water. “It’s called add water to your workout. It’s based on getting people to swim in the pool that don’t usually swim in the pool for exercise.”
How many calories can it burn? Can it improve your quality of sleep? Does it help your asthma?
Though svømming is a popular sports activity with many health benefits, swimming-related illness in the US is on the rise. In a fun-filled reminder, experts show you how to keep your family healthy and safe when you get ‘In the Swim of Things’ this summer. The main culprit: a chlorine-resistant parasite known as Cryptosporidium.
It has been called the perfect exercise. After all, you can get all of the benefits of an aerobic workout without any damaging impact on joints, and it can be done by both the very old and the very young. It is utilized by athletes to stay strong and keep fit when recovering from injury, and there is no fancy equipment needed—just you and the deep blue. However, it has many more benefits that those obvious advantages seen on the surface; its improvements to overall health go much deeper.