Think you haven’t got time to coax your hair into looking polished and presentable after your swim session? Think again. Look groomed and work-ready in half the time with these speedy hair tricks.
Weekly schedule full to the brim? When life gets busy with work, errands and the school run, exercise can easily fall by the wayside. Here’s how to fit swimming into your week – no scary lifestyle changes necessary.
From dry skin and cellulite to swollen ankles and ingrown hairs, we’ve got the beauty solutions to banish your body issues. From puffy ankles to ingrown hairs, we’ve got the beauty solutions to banish your body issues.
You know you feel better when you exercise, so why do you sometimes hear a voice in the back of your head throwing up any excuse not to go for a swim? Perhaps you feel that you need to lose a few pounds before you’re confident hitting the pool or maybe you just don’t feel good in your swimsuit? Whatever’s holding you back, it’s time to banish your body hang-ups once and for all, and develop your inner confidence.
Need motivation? Stay on track to achieve your fitness goals with our quick tips for rediscovering your love of the pool.
Paddle? Pah! Now it’s time to get adventurous. This final section will teach your child to develop a confident kick and a strong stroke in the water, and although you still have to supervise them at all times, we’ll have them diving down and swimming in a variety of styles. “Now’s the time to start developing a swimming technique and get more adventurous underwater,” says Olympic medallist, Rebecca Adlington.
Nathan Adrian believes that having fun is the key to success. He's a three-time Olympic gold medalist who holds the American record in the 50 and 100-meter freestyle. Raised in Bremerton, Washington, Nathan earned his first gold medal in his Olympic debut at the 2008 Olympics. At the 2012 Olympics, Nathan won two gold medals and a silver medal. That same year Nathan graduated from UC Berkeley with plans on becoming a doctor, but for now, he's inspiring a new generation to dive in and have fun while doing it.
3 times olympic coach Dave McNulty has created an 8-week swim training plan for the fitness swimmer. Following this 8-week plan will help you to raise your fitness levels and stamina when swimming.
Discover the small change to your breathing technique that could have you swimming more efficiently, in the latest blog instalment from elite coach, Fred Vergnoux. Here he talks technique tweaks for maximum results.