swimming

There’s a rumor around that swimming helps to build „lean muscle“. There’s no such thing as a lean muscle. They probably mean that you get more definition than size. This amazing physical activity won’t get you „ripped“, but it will improve the muscle tone.

It’s a cardio workout, just like running, but it’s easier on the joints than running. When swimming, the whole body is being used, but primary muscles are the hand, forearms, biceps and pecs, lats, groin muscles, calves, and glutes. Swimming also engages Trapezius muscles of the back. Freestyle swimming serves as a great upper-body workout.

Swimming keeps the heart rate up, builds muscles and endurance, maintains a healthy body weight, healthy lungs, etc. If you’re looking for a workout that will strengthen your lungs and heart muscle – swim! Swim at a brisk pace and your heart and cardiovascular fitness will benefit a lot.

Easy swim burns plenty of calories, around 500 per hour, which is similar to running.

  1. April 30, 2017

    Swimming is a resistance exercise, similar to weight-lifting and helps to develop the most complete set of muscle groups. There are many muscles that swimming can strengthen. However, swimming does work some muscles more than others. These muscles, in particular, are your: traps, shoulders, back, abs, lats, legs, and triceps. And, this is because water is 12 times as dense as air, thus, swimming is a far more effective way of toning your muscles than any other form of cardiovascular exercise that you can do on land.

  2. May 22, 2017

    Swimming is one of the best exercises among all exercise. It basically helps to keep the heart rate up, builds muscles and endurance, maintains a healthy body weight, healthy lungs, etc. in good condition. Personally, I love to Swim. If you want to be a healthy person you have to swim or run every day. There are lots of experts suggest these activities to their patients.

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