Benefits of Swimming

Benefits of Swimming

One of the biggest benefits of swimmming is that it truly works your entire body, head to toe. Swimming:

  • increases your heart rate without stressing your body
  • tones muscles
  • builds strength
  • builds endurance

Swimming is known to train all part of your body, improves your standing least prone injury sport due to less or no impact to joints when you swim, so it is good for your knee. It doesn’t hurt them.

Swimming is good for your back that is why most swimmer doesn’t have back issue. Often, when you visit a doctor for your back problem, he/she will advise you to go for swim. Swimming therapy help and solve your problem like Magic. Still not convince? You can read more here about Adult swimming lessons for back problem.

Swimming make you feel younger and it has an anti aging effect that slow down your look. Many swimmers doesn’t look their age today. Is true. Go pool and find out.

Swimming may have the power to help you sleep better at night. Insomnia adults reported both a boost in quality of life and sleep after engaging in regular aerobic exercise in swimming. So this is a good news for you. Swimming is accessible to a wider range of people who deal with physical issues that make other exercises like running, less appealing. Perhaps running make you sweat alot and feel uncomfortable. Swimming doesn’t. So make it a point to attend the swim lessons to experience it for yourself.

Pregnant women and their babies can also reap some wonderful rewards from swimming. Aside from potential benefits to the child, swimming is an activity that can be performed in all three trimesters.

Swimming have known benefits to make kids smarter and achieve milestone earlier than the norm, studies have shown. Watch Video here. And if you start your babies/infant swimming at their earliest time, chances that they will be able to take up stroke instruction by age of 2.5 year old. And by 3 or 4 year old, they could achieve swimsafer stage 1- the youngest swimsafer achiever. 🙂 Click here for more details on our our Kids Swim lessons Classes.

Daily swimming exercise on prone or supine position can have good beneficial effects on their body posture in long term. And also improve their limbs movement and coordination.