Benefits of Swimming 10 Reasons Every Woman Should Get in the Water
1. Benefits of Swimming: It Counts as Both Cardio and Strength Training In swimming, if you aren't moving constantly, you're sinking. (Forced cardio!) Plus, water is about 800 times denser than air, says swimming and triathlon coach Earl Walton, owner of Tailwind Endurance in New York City, so your muscles are under constant resistance.
2. Benefits of Swimming: It's Easy on the Impact Yes, the low impact means swimming is a great workout for injured athletes, who need to take it easy on their joints. But it may also mean more results: "You can swim at higher intensities on a regular basis without feeling wear and tear on your body," Walton says. You could have a super-hard workout one day and still be in the pool the next, he says.
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