Ditching the pool in favour of a local river, lake, or the sea has become a favourite pastime for many, as wild swimming has seen a boom in popularity. Whether as part of an organised event or a casual dip, wild swimming is for everyone. Abandoning the wetsuit and bracing the chill is also popular amongst wild swimmers as it comes with a whole host of potential benefits. Beyond the exhilaration of that first dunk under
What to expect when you first start ocean swimming...
When transitioning from lake to ocean there are a number of things to consider which can differ from a local lake. Here are my 6 TIPS!!!
Swimming in the ocean is very different to swimming in a lake, so initially you want to practice close to the shore where you can easily stand up. Also limit the amount of time you plan to swim and build up from there.
How menopause could be affecting your swimming training
By Jesse Lambert-Harden
After being a taboo subject for so long, the menopause conversation has finally gained traction, and rightly so. 50 percent of the population are women, and you probably swim alongside menopausal women every day.