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Swimming tips

Keeping the swimming regime

The world has turned into a very hectic place that requires intensity at all times. We are so busy taking care of business that we often forget about our health. This is the reason many people end up having serious health issues to deal with. We are going to talk about keeping the swimming regime and how this can help you stay healthy.

The importance of cardiovascular activity

There are many ways to exercise, but some of them can be more demanding than others. It’s important to consider your existing physical condition when you make this kind of decision. Some people like jumping rope, others like running, and some will hit the gym, but these are all activities that can be hard on the body.

Some alternatives include yoga and other relaxing and slow exercise routines. Unfortunately, some of them don’t provide the cardiovascular benefits you get from a high-intensity exercise. This is the reason why it’s important to have another alternative.

Swimming is the ultimate way to keep your body healthy

If you want an exercise that is great for your heart, but also one that goes easy on your body, you should go with a swimming regime. Not everyone has a swimming pool at home, but now it’s easy to find a local pool that meets the safety and sanitary standards you expect. This means that becoming an active swimmer and sticking to a regime should not be a problem.

The benefits of a swimming regime

There are multiple benefits to starting a swimming regime. The first and most evident at first is that your lung capacity is going to experience and dramatic increase.  Then you will notice that you have more energy during the day. These are the initial benefits, but the long-term benefits will keep your entire body strong and healthy.

A swimming regime is easy to stick to

Some people hear the word regime, and they feel like it’s going to be too demanding. A regime can be something as simple as swimming 3 times a week. The important thing is for you to be consistent, and the results will start to show sooner than later.

A way to avoid missing any of your scheduled swimming days is to use a reminder app. There are plenty of those available, and eventually, you won’t need it because it will become a habit. Once you develop the habit, you will find that your swimming regime will be easier.

Final thoughts

People who start a swimming regime are always going to see amazing results. This goes for both short and long-term benefits. The main thing to consider is that this exercise is very powerful. It’s also gentle on your joints and muscles due to the low impact of moving your body while you are in the water.

Once you begin the exercise regime, you will be glad that you did, and the benefits will keep you coming back for more. Swimming is also going to help you lose weight and stay in shape, so the benefits are numerous.

 

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Due to the recent events around the COVID-19, and the City of Toronto closing community and recreational centre, we are taking extra precautions to keep everyone safe.

 

We have made the decision to temporarily close as of March 16, 2020, until April 5, 2020, and our spring session will resume on Monday, April 6, 2020.

 

What does this mean for our students?

 

The winter session will finish on schedule, and all classes on March 15 will run as normal.

The spring session will run from April 6 until July 12, 2020.

For those who cannot extend their swimming classes for the two weeks in July, we will offer makeup classes within the session.

For those who do become ill and cannot attend our spring session, the spring session will be credited into their accounts, to be used for later sessions.

 

For more information please check the following sources:

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/index.html…

https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-ncov/php/water.html

 

We will keep you updated if there are any changes to this, and please do not hesitate to contact us if you have any further questions or concerns.

 

Stay home. Stay safe.