Improves Our Breathing

It is very important to breathe clearly and at the right time while swimming. Thanks to swimming, our lung capacity improves and a larger oxygen intake takes place.



Increases the Strength and Endurance of Our Muscles

Swimming is a sport that consists of many repetitions and thus the strength of our muscles increases. Since water is denser than air, high resistance helps strengthen the muscles. Thanks to swimming, we do an activity equivalent to exercise in the gym. Moreover, since we only use water resistance, there is no risk of injury.



Reduces Heart Rate and Impact Stress

Swimming is an excellent cardiovascular activity that increases the heart’s blood pumping capacity. So swimming is a heart and vascular friendly activity.



Works the Whole Body

Swimming is one of the rare sports that works our entire body, as it engages almost all our muscle groups.



It reduces stress

This; is like soil. Thanks to the hydrodynamic effect of water, you get rid of the negative electricity in your body. Swimming helps relieve stress as it is a peaceful and relaxing form of exercise. Swimming for an hour or so after a busy day at work leaves you feeling refreshed and energized.