The Best Superfoods for Swimmers

Superfoods

Rich in nutrients and antioxidants, these foods have been found to help boost your mental clarity, mood and energy. For recreational swimmers, including these ingredients in your diet will improve your general wellbeing as well as your performance and energy levels in the pool.

We've got your Swim Training Schedule sorted

For those swimmers who find swimming over winter too much, spring is a great time to head back to your local swim spot.

Swimming is an excellent sport for an all body workout, great stress relief and low cost. You can swim in a squad with friends or train solo knowing you are part of our swimming community.

Spring is a time when regardless of swimming over winter or just getting back into the pool - many swimmers set goals - getting fit for summer or beating a mate at a local open water swim.

Time to join our iSwim Tribe.

The best thing you can do before and after your swim session

If there’s one thing important for all athletes to do before and after exercise to prevent injury, it’s stretching. Swimming uses all your main muscle groups and a wide range of motion, so it’s important to remember to warm up your joints before hopping in the pool and to help cool them down afterwards. Take five minutes before and after your swim to complete these stretches and avoid injury and increase your range of motion.

For your arms, neck and shoulders

A to Z of why regular swimming should be your New Year's resolution for 2018

A – Aquatic Abilities: Important for getting yourself out of dangerous situations and making the most of tropical holidays, having some aquatic abilities means you can make the most of Australia's beautiful waters. 

B – Blood pressure: Swimming has been proven to lower blood pressure, improving overall health and wellbeing. 

C – Challenge yourself! By learning to swim, you’ll also learn to push your personal boundaries, get outside your comfort zone and rise to new challenges. 

Fight your fears - get into swimming!

If you’re looking for a new sport to get into, swimming should be at the top of your list. Not only is it great fun, it’s also a fantastic low-impact exercise great for all ages and skill levels. We understand that the thought of starting a new sport can be a little bit daunting, but we think 2018 is the year for you to challenge yourself.  

If you think: I’m too unfit to take up swimming.

We think: there’s no such thing!

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