“What is a woggle?” I asked myself this question when I read some posts on a Facebook page and the word “woggle” was used quite often. I joined this Facebook group where swimming teachers can get advice related to their job. In the UK it is called a “swim woggle noodle”.Read more →
Classes in the water are of great benefit: it gives you a sense of well-being, gives you gentle massage of the whole body and a lot of pleasure. However, not everyone can fully appreciate all the benefits of training in water, especially if you cannot swim. Every year a lot of new students come to me to learn how to swim. Mostly their reasons are:Read more →
Have you ever tried Deep Water Aqua Aerobics?
By the time you read this very post you might be familiar with different kinds of exercise in water. You might be getting ready to start that incredible journey into water world. Whether you are an experienced student or a novice I invite you to take a better look at the challenges you face while in the water. Read more →
Stretching and strength exercises in the morning
Let us explore what will happen if you engage in light exercises each morning as soon as you wake up. It will only take at most 15 minutes or, if you are short of time, 5 minutes to wake your body up and ready to face the day energized, radiate and reflect positivity, increase your focus and concentration and thereby to be ready to deal with anything that comes your way. Read more →
I love swimming breaststroke
Here are 9 reasons breaststroke could be your favourite stroke too:
- I used to swim breaststroke competitively. The choice was made for me rather than by me before swimming became an important part of my life. This video is for demonstration purposes only in order to show you how to swim breaststroke competitively.
Swimming is simply moving meditation. I don’t remember where I found this quote. Most probably on Brainy Quotes. It came to mind on a rainy morning the following day after the International Aquatic Fitness Conference was over, which took place in Palm Harbor, Florida, while I was swimming in a pool at Innisbrook, A Salamander Golf &Spa Resort. Read more →