swimwear

  1. Tips to get you cold water swimming
    Tips to get you cold water swimming

    Tips to get you cold water swimming

    Getting started with cold water swimming - By Annie Brooks (www.talesofanniebean.com )

    If you love your pool swims and enjoy those open water swims, then this winter you might be ready to take on cold water swimming! Unlike hopping into to your local heated swimming pool to run through your drills, or dipping into that beautiful lake during the summer time, cold water swimming not only challenges physically, it tests you mentally also. Knowing you’re about to step into water that barely reaches double figures, can be a challenge, but this is exactly why it’s fantastic because that sense of

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  2. Zoggs Guide to Supportive Swimwear
    Zoggs Guide to Supportive Swimwear

    Zoggs Guide to Supportive Swimwear

    At Zoggs, we understand that the challenges facing female swimmers are about much more than just swimming ability or access to facilities. Body confidence plays a big part in how you feel about taking to the water, so we’ve developed an extensive range of comfortable, supportive swimwear that’s designed to flatter, enhance and support your body shape so you can worry less and swim more!

    Zoggs Supportive Swimwear

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  3. Summer Sun Safety Tips Sun Protection Swimwear
    Summer Sun Safety Tips Sun Protection Swimwear

    Summer Sun Safety Tips Sun Protection Swimwear

    Summer Sun Safety Tips Sun Protection Swimwear

    It’s really important to make sure your children are protected from the sun while you’re on holiday. With the Skin Cancer Foundation estimating that just one blistering sunburn during childhood can double the risk of getting melanoma later in life, sun protection during hot summer days is imperative!

    Young skin is simply not used to being exposed to high levels of UV rays for prolonged periods. To help, we’ve put together some top tips to make sure the sun doesn’t get in the way of your downtime this summer.

    1. Limit exposure
    The sun’s rays are at their strongest between 11am-3pm. Even on cloudy days or in the

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