How often do you go to the swimming pool?
Since the Stone Age, swimming was an activity that made people happy and healthy. They couldn’t go to the swimming pool, but still! In ancient Sparta, it was a part of the required training, in which women participated too. In ancient Babylon and Rome women also used swimming to rewire their minds and bodies. What about you?
Swimming is the only physical activity you have done before being born. During pregnancy, in the uterus, the baby swims in the amniotic fluid, being fed and protected. So swimming enables you to spend time in an environment which reminds you of that. What about regaining that feeling?
And it is not a difficult thing at all. All you need to do is to go to the swimming pool nearest your home. It is a very easy, not expensive, satisfying activity that gives you an opportunity to rewire your mind and body.
Learn to swim if you previously haven’t. Just go to the swimming pool and ask for a help of a certified coach. A swimming course can be done safely and with a guidance. It’s a small investment that will help you a lot.
Water is an excellent medium at any age. It accelerates the healing process in your tendons, joint, and ligaments. That’s why it’s used in the treatment of the heaviest injuries like a discus hernia or menisci injury. During the rehabilitation process, many physicians recommend going to the swimming pool at least 2-3 times each week.
Low impact level enables healing of the worst injuries and makes it very accessible. This healthy activity can be continued after your healing, of course.
Recreational swimming is a great way to relax the areas of your body and to cure cramps and spasms. (Recreational swimming mostly relies on breaststroke and front crawl). Swimming has a positive effect on the expansion of blood vessels, which helps better circulation and eliminates pain in the legs with varicose veins. Swimming can also lessen the menstrual pain. It is also a great activity that increases the volume of your lungs.
Swimming is an extremely important factor versus rheumatism and arthritis. Better circulation will also decrease the risk of thrombosis and cardiac arrest and make you ageless. No matter how injured or tense you are, swimming rewires your body completely.
Swimming makes people smarter! It is believed that water exercises enable better blood flow to the brain than the land-based ones. Give your mind a chance!
Swimming has a positive influence on your creativity and spatial intelligence. It is a great opportunity to rewire your stressed or tired mind, think like never before and rejuvenate your spirit.
Swimming is an opportunity to achieve a better mood. It enables removal of the toxins from our body that were created by the stressful lifestyle and bad social relations.
Swimming has a positive effect on your soul, by improving the relaxation level of your body. Swimming keeps you motivated, drops the level of stress and rejuvenates your cells. It makes you feel less heavy or clumsy – and there are so many bath suits that anyone can find an appropriate one!
It improves the level of endorphins that are excreted inside of the body. Your soul needs to stay fit and healthy. Give your soul a chance and let it be ageless!
There is no limit with swimming, you may swim at any time, whenever you want. General recommendation is about two-three times per week. Just go to the swimming pool, put on your bath suit, spend at least half an hour in the water and enjoy. Use light intensity swimming, simply relax and take full benefits of it; let your body, mind, and soul rewire.
Swimming is a pleasant useful recommendation for women at any age. It can be practiced by anyone, at any age, with so little effort and so big rewards! And is one of the best ways to fight against stress and make you ageless! Let your mind and body rewire and let your soul rejuvenate!