Swimming is an all-over body workout, as nearly all muscle groups are used to move the body against the resistance of the water. This helps increase muscle strength, toning, improves flexibility and is a great way to build up cardiovascular endurance. Compared to other cardio workouts, swimming is relatively low impact, placing minimum stress on joints, meaning you can train rigorously without having to worry about the risk of injury. The other great benefit to swim training it its meditate effect. Once you get into a rhythmic flow of strokes and breathing, swimming is a great way to relax and help relieve stress.
For swim training either in open water or in the pool a durable, supportive swimsuit in quick drying fabric, anti-fog goggles and a bright swim cap are a must.
A high stretch and durable swim cap Anti-fog polycarbonate tinted lens swim goggles with adjustable strap and nose piece for perfect fit Supportive bikini in quick drying fabric with secure fastenings and added depth at sides for a modest fit High performance paneled swimsuit with anti-chafing flatlock seams and mesh panels. Inner bra support with back zip and pull Structured swimsuit in quick drying fabric with flatlock seams to reduce chafing. Inner bra shelf and racerback give good support
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