swim lessons

Swim lessons save lives. Almost 4,000 Americans drown every year. That is eleven deaths per day. Learning how to swim will keep you and your child from facing this risk. But it’s not as easy as jumping into the pool and throwing your arms around. You need to prepare for your swim lessons. What lessons…

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water fitness

Swimming is the fourth most popular sports activity in the US. In fact, just two and a half hours in the water each week could reduce your risk of chronic illness. Are you on the fence about going to the pool more often? Keep these six amazing benefits of water fitness in mind first. After reviewing this…

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fear of water

About 71% of the Earth’s surface is covered in water, yet many people (including children) have a fear of water–more than 60% of Americans are afraid of deep water, and 45% are afraid of water over their heads. Unfortunately, a fear of water carries more risk than just an inability to compete in the Olympics.…

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teaching children to swim

Fear of the water is something that a lot of kids face. It can be a real challenge to teach your child to swim, but is it worth all of the effort? We’re going to look at some of the benefits of teaching children to swim today. It turns out that there are a lot…

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swimming exercises

Swimming is often overlooked as a way to exercise. However, it is one of the most fun ways a person can get in shape. Did you know you can burn as much as 300-800 calories an hour doing routines in the shower? Anyone can become fit by engaging in swimming exercises. Are you curious to learn…

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how to teach your child to swim

Teaching your child how to swim is an essential step towards their growth and development. It’s especially necessary when living in an area where there are a lot of lakes, rivers, ponds, or the ocean. When you learn how to teach your child to swim, it gives you peace of mind. If your child were…

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water workouts

About two and a half hours of aerobic physical activity like swimming every week can decrease your risk of chronic illnesses. It’s also beneficial for patients with heart disease or diabetes. In fact, swimmers have about half the risk of death compared to interactive people. Are you interested in trying water workouts? Keep these top…

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swimming as a workout

Experts recommend that adults get 150 minutes of moderate activity or 75 minutes of vigorous activity each week. Are you struggling to get enough exercise? Consider the benefits of swimming as a workout! Swimming is one of the most popular activities in the US. A swimming pool fitness regime can burn calories without stressing your…

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learning to swim

About 54% of adults can’t swim well enough to save their own lives. Another 56% can’t perform the five basic skills needed to swim safely. Are you afraid of the water? Learning to swim could save your life. Instead of living in fear, embrace it! Once you acknowledge your fear, you can make an effort to…

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group fitness schedule

Do you have a hard time feeling motivated to exercise? We all know how important exercise is to our general well-being, but over 80% of adults don’t meet the suggested guidelines for general aerobic activity or strength training. Are you part of that statistic? If so, try fitting a group fitness schedule into your plans. Working out…

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fear of swimming

Did you know that over fourteen million people suffer from an extreme fear of water? If the idea of swimming scares you, then know that you aren’t alone. However, staying away from water your entire life can cause you to miss out on valuable experiences. It doesn’t always have to be this way. There are…

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swimming technique

A big step in anyone’s young life is the moment they learn to swim. Despite being an important life safety skill, the ability to swim can unlock a lifetime of enjoyable activities and relaxing vacations. It is even great exercise. Over time, we may stray away from the ideal and complete swimming technique we learned…

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Seniors’ loss of strength and stamina as they age is partially the result of diminished physical activity. Some seniors lead sedentary lives—which might be due to depression, stiffness from arthritis, or other chronic conditions. Many elders fear they won’t be able to endure the amount of movement exercise would take. But physical activity doesn’t need…

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Did you know that only 26% of high school students spend an hour of physical activities each day? If you’re worried about your teenager not getting enough exercise, a teen fitness program is the best choice. It’s especially when they start showing signs of unhealthy behavior. But without prior experience, you won’t know what to prioritize. Don’t…

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