The benefits of swimming.
Swimming refreshes and invigorates the person, raises the efficiency. Rhythmic movements while sailing combined with rhythmic breathing positively act on the Central nervous system. On the Bank of the person is breathing the fresh air, exposed to sunlight, which enhances health benefits of swimming. While swimming increases the activity of the nervous system and the metabolism, improves the cardiovascular system, increases lung capacity.
Bathing is more useful if people know how to swim. You should try to learn one of the right ways (styles) of swimming front crawl or breaststroke, giving the swimmer the ability to make rhythmic and deep breaths and exhalations, to properly combine the breath with the work of the hands and
feet. Swimming provides a powerful training effect on the entire body, as the rhythmic movement in the water develop lungs, strengthen the cardiovascular system, increase muscle strength.
Crawl allows you to swim faster and because they are mostly used by people young and middle age. Bras — this is a slower method of navigation. It can be recommended to older people and old age. If the person does not know these methods and floats “overarm” or “like a dog”, then quickly gets tired, as his movements are poorly coordinated and are not combined with deep rhythmic breathing. The voyage is not providing enough coaching effects on the body and is not very useful.
To bathing and swimming in cold water people suffering from atherosclerosis, hypertension, and also in old age should be treated with caution. Cool water initially causes constriction of blood vesels, and then their extension. This “gymnastics vesels” cannot be considered useful for the elderly and people with an unhealthy cardiovascular system. For the vast majority of people swimming serves as a nice tool for physical tenacity and powerful means of active rest. Cool temperature, causing gymnastics vesels, combined with the rhythmic movements in the water make swimming the most powerful means of training the cardiovascular system and the whole organism.