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If you have ever seen a swimmer’s body, then I’m sure you will recall the image of a perfectly v-shaped and sculpted back with no sign of back fat or bra bulge in sight. Swimming is great for your back muscles, so today I’m going to share my top four tips to help you maximize your pool time.
First, let’s think about all the marvelous health benefits associated with regular swimming. I must admit that a sculpted and toned back is one of the best advantages in my mind, but all these other swimming benefits certainly sweeten the deal:
- Improved overall fitness level
- Superior muscle tone
- Reduced stress
- General fat reduction for a leaner, more toned you
You don’t have to be an aspiring pro swimmer or triathlete to benefit from training in the water. The low-impact nature of swimming makes it a great choice for everyone, especially severely unconditioned individuals, people with joint problems and the overweight population.