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Searching the internet for a possible answers, made me realize that this question has been asked many times before. The answer to the question is: no. Below some of the things I found along the way
You can swim 14 times a week, like all swimmers have done at many occasions, if you want. "Rest days" in swimming is when you only go once and only 5k instead of 7. Really, the talk about rest days is probably something they came up with in a bodybui
You can buy nose clips on Amazon, a lot of swimmers use them. I don't know what they are like but from what I read some people use them if they have allergies to chemicals in a pool. That could be the problem you are having? Here is an excerpt from a
Foot size has nothing to do with your power. In freestyle, your kick power is a ton of your propulsion; it's not all about the pull. Two things might help here:1a) Time yourself on 2 x 100's
Photo by gabyuSwimming laps at the pool is a great workout, but how do you track how far you have gone? Especially when swimming laps continuously without breaks, it can become very easy to forget which lap that you are on and to get your count messe
My daughter is 7. She loves swimming and joined a proper club about 6 months ago. She has also continued taking lessons with her brother who is a little behind her, just because she enjoys it
I have been swimming for as long as I can remember, but over the past 2 years when I pull myself through the water I have been getting a lot of pain in my hands, it appears just below my knuckles (towards the palm) on the palm side of my hand the pai
Courtesy of Gary Hall Sr. , 10-time World Record Holder, 3-time Olympian, 1976 Olympic Games US Flagbearer and The Race Club co-founder. Propulsion & Frontal Drag There are two fundamental laws or forces that govern our ability to swim fast that
I spent perhaps more time than I should have this morning during my swim thinking about your question. I think that there may be a number of different things to think about here. On getting out of breath quickly: (1) you are learning to swim, so it i
Welcome! If you’re looking for information about swimming fins, you’ve come to the right place. First things first. What are swim fins and how do they differ from dive/snorkel fins? While they seem similar, not all Swim Fins are created equal