Slimming by learning to swim
Movement is the basis of a healthy lifestyle and conditions our physical and mental health. Care for physical activity is a factor affecting the shape of our figure, a way to keep the body in good condition and in appropriate weight. Learning to swim is a great way to keep fit.
Based on the opinion of the US Water Fitness Association (USWFA), swimming classes bring far more benefits to the body than other activities performed on land with similar movement characteristics. Research conducted by Indiana University, which compared recreational swimmers with non-attendants, showed that swimmers of all ages had a slimmer waist, leaner muscles and hips compared to non-swimmers.
Regular swimmers have also been shown to be biologically 20 years younger than their actual age. According to the data provided by the American College of Sports Medicine Conference, the blood pressure of an ordinary swimmer, cardiovascular system, central nervous system, cholesterol level and cognitive function are comparable to a person much younger than them. The condition to achieve this condition is regular participation in classes and mastering the correct swimming technique.
Where to start slimming by swimming?
1. Check your BMI indicator (BODY MASS INDEX).