There is nothing better in the summer workout than swimming: no sweat and other clothing, it's incredibly refreshing and offers a complete body workout, increase your fitness. Here are some tips to help you get the best out of your normal swim in the summer:
Do some basic stretching to the muscles more limber and relaxed before you start swimming. This will increase flexibility and help you swim faster and longer without getting tired muscles.
While warming the muscles makes them less prone to injury and cramp.
Seizures can be a particular problem if the water seems cold to begin with. Basic stretching the quadriceps, ankle and hip stretches and pulls the arm should be enough.
If possible, include some of the swim workout in your routine, which can help to heat and cold at the end of the session swim. A useful exercise is stirring events of various kinds: the effect of an arm stroke, leg mixed with the actions of another. Then start by doing a few slow laps and pick up the pace of growth.
Whether it is routine
Whether you want to lose weight, build muscle or just improve your fitness and endurance levels, it is important to swim at least three times a week. Less than three swimming sessions per week will offer the best results.
Pay attention to the technology
If you have poor technique in swimming, you will make less progress, you have a slower and less effective in cutting through the water. This is likely to demoralize you and not motivate stick to the plan.
In addition, poor technique result in only one or another set of muscles becomes exhausted while others are not optimally applied. How to improve your technique, get faster, better, that will further motivate.
This will help maintain the continuity and rhythm in swimming. Even when you go to the next round, to streamline his body lying there, when you run out of the pool of least resistance through the water.
You were sweating and did not warm up as you would after you did the other children of the exercises, but swimming and cooling requirements, rather than abruptly stop.
Slow down the pace with a few slow laps, which focuses on stretching the muscles to get better and in time for the next session of swim.