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Is it ever too late to learn to swim?

The answer: “Never!” According to the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) up to 9 million people in England over 14 years of age, have never learnt to swim. Recent statistics show there is a great desire for people to learn to swim. Yet! There are many factors that still discourage them from learning. What are the factors, that stop might be... continue reading

12 Motivations of Christmas

How to stay motivated over the festive period? Forget the 12 days of Christmas… here are 12 reasons to stay motivated this festive season. Below are my quick 12 tips to stay on track with your swimming, training and healthy...continue reading

Nutrition for Weight Loss

Part 1- Carbohydrates Carbohydrates - What are they? Carbohydrates (also referred to as ‘Carbs’) are one of the four main energy sources that fuel our bodies. These energy sources are called macronutrients, they come from food that’s digested in our...continue reading

Positive Thinking

How to Improve Your Swimming with Positive Attitude? A Power Mindset So, you’ve already done the hard part and started your journey of self-improvement. Now, how can you get the most out of your swimming lessons? The answer; you require...continue reading

Water Phobia

Water Phobia If you suffer from water phobia you probably fall into at least one of the following categories You’ve had a bad experience in the past You were never taught to swim You avoid swimming for fear of drowning...continue reading

Swimming for Weight Loss

Burn those unwanted pounds As well as the obvious benefits of swimming on the cardiovascular system, heart, lungs and muscles. Swimming can torch unwanted fat and burn those extra pounds in double quick time. Swimming for weight loss is a...continue reading

Swimming Nutrition

Food for Swimming Swimming Nutrition is often a hot topic for discussion. Trying to find time to swim with a busy schedule is challenging enough, then there's the question, what do i eat. When, how much, at what time, have...continue reading