Swimming for PCOS Fitness Part 3

woman swimmingIt’s best to practice how to stroke, kick and breathe correctly to get the most benefits out of swimming, which can range from heart health to better weight control … even if you’re lean.
Strength, or resistance, training away from the pool can help with all three techniques. Good exercises for swimmers include squats, lunges, crunches and other abdominal work. You should also work on making your ankles more flexible.
Keep a log to track progress in speed and distance, noting what times of the day are best for you. Choose a pool with a pace clock or get a waterproof swim watch to gauge your progress.
And stay hydrated with a bottle of water. It’s easy to forget to top up your water levels when you’re exercising in it!
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