I hope that YOU have noticed about heading,a little bit strange.I meant by “BURN IT OUT” referred to calories.Yes u heard me correct , it’s a great way to burn calories.
Obesity has become a problem and lack of exercise leads to other health complications. There are various exercises and one can visit the gym as well. One of the most popular and best form of exercise is swimming. Why is swimming good for health?
Swimming is an excellent sport for children’s health, and a lot of asthmatic children have become very good swimmers. It improves fitness, controls weight, makes children feel better and more energetic, and builds strong muscles and bones.
Swimming is a healthy activity that can be continued for a lifetime.Regular swimming builds endurance, muscle strength and cardio-vascular fitness. It can serve as a cross-training element to your regular workouts. Swimming with increasing effort to gradually increase your heart rate and stimulate your muscle activity is easily accomplished in the water. After a land workout, swimming a few laps can help you cool-down, move blood through your muscles to help them recover, and help you relax as you glide through the water.
- It keeps the muscles in good shape. Muscles get stimulated. It improves blood circulation.
- It’s a great way to burn calories: an hour of swimming burns 500 calories.
- Swimming balances blood pressure and normalises pulse rate.
- One can lose weight.
- It is a good form of cardiovascular exercise.
- Swimming has been shown to be beneficial for asthma sufferers, as it encourages lung function and breathing control.
- One can remain fit as fiddle.
- A feeling of well- being is there
- Several parts of the body such as the brain, lung improve their functioning.
- The body gets rejuvenated
11. Swimming is a full body exercise – It tones our entire muscle spectrum and it works as our fitness.
12. Low risk of injuries – It is a sport where, if we are a beginner or an expert, there is very little risk of injuries.
13. It’s a substitute to other sports – especially to running as it trains one’s upper body.
Swimming develops life skills such as sportsmanship, time-management, self-discipline, goal-setting, and an increased sense of self-worth through their participation in the sport. Swimmers seem to do better in school, in general terms, than non-swimmers as a group.
“The recipe for healthy swimming is simple”: get a good night’s sleep, eat healthy foods, drink plenty of fluids and stay happy and have fun at the pool. And the formula for doing well in all sporting endeavours is equally straight forward: peak health + peak fitness = peak performance. Those golden rules apply not just to our elite swimmers, but to the juniors as well.So come on let’s swim in water.