3. Swimming properly
The beginning of swimming cannot be a jump into the pool. The first steps need to be careful and utterly calm. Most people in the water usually have a quick swimming scenario, a circuit of 30-45 minutes. A few minutes later, instead of continuing swimming, they clung to the edge of the pool and gasped, their relaxed mood disappearing after each level-break.
Why is there such a thing? Because swimming continuously for a long time requires a great function of the cardiovascular system – and the form of muscle activity is slightly different from the physical activity on the ground. The lungs must be adapted to the respiratory rate close to the specific swimming pattern. Barriers add reality: nearly all body muscles have to take part in the effort to maintain the body above the water, so the effort for the whole body is really big.
The key to maintaining a body that is accustomed to swimming successfully is to choose the right exercise strategy. It is best to divide the workout into sections, change the pace of swimming and rest with the application of different types of swimming. It is not only an effective way to create a swimming style, but also a great idea to avoid feeling monotonous in practice. Therefore it is necessary to create short breaks to regain strength.
In order to pump the amount of oxygen needed to muscles, the swimmer’s heart is not required to work too hard. Because: when the walk stops, the heart quickly drops the beat, while after a few times the length of the swimming pool, at least in 30 seconds the heart has not decreased, it still works hard.