The most popular recreational activity all across Australia for all ages is swimming. Recreational swimming provides a workout of controllable intensity and at the same time, is a great way to relax and feel good.
It’s a good idea to learn all four strokes in swimming to change up your pace and avoid making things too repetitive. The four stokes to learn are:
The popularity of swimming Australia makes sense as water surrounds our nation, making swimming one of our great passions.
Aside from being fun, swimming is a great way to keep fit and stay healthy.
Swimming is an aerobic/anaerobic activity that can be practised regardless of age due to its many physical and mental health benefits.
Due to the water resistance, every motion you do while submerged in water requires more energy. However, due to the density of water, if your movements are done correctly, they should feel effortless.
Benefits of swimming include:
- Raising the heart rate to develop a stronger heart
- Trains mental and physical endurance
- Helps maintain healthy cardio
- Tones and builds muscles
- Provides a full-body workout, as near all of your muscles groups are engaged during swimming.