Tuesday, 20 April 2010

Swimming

  Swimming is a great way of exercising, but is often over looked.


Swimming carries many benefits such as;
-It helps maintain the blood pressure and cholesterol
It is an aerobic workout and is therefore good for the health of your heart and lungs, and also reduces the risk of stroke, heart attack and diabetes.
-It enhances the flexibility of your joints and provides the scope for boosting your physical activity workout level. In other words, it helps a great deal in your weight loss program.
-It is perfect for those people who have a hard time carrying out weight-bearing, land-based physical activities. This is because your weight in water is about 1/10 of your weight on land.
For pregnant women as well as for people who are suffering from arthritis and back pain, there can be no better workout choice than swimming.
Swimming minimizes the risk of injuries from physical activity. So, you can easily try out the exercise and enjoy the health fitness benefits it offers, without any attached risk.
If indulged in on a regular basis, swimming can help build the endurance, muscle strength and cardio-vascular fitness of a person.
You can indulge in swimming before as well as after a strenuous workout on ground, as a warm-up and cool-down activity, respectively.
It helps a person exercise almost all the muscles of his/her body, with the main focus being on arms and legs.
Swimming has been associated with relieving the joint pains, high blood pressure and discomfort that are often experienced during pregnancy.
Indulging in swimming can help post-surgery patients, who adopt an otherwise sedentary lifestyle, avoid muscular atrophy.
It is found to have soothing effect on the mind as well as the body of a person, mainly by regulating breathing and stimulating circulation.

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