Best Self Magazine

Swimming for Strength, Injury Recovery, Positivity and Overall Health

Swimming for Strength, Injury Recovery, Positivity and Overall Health, by Jane Sandwood. Photograph of swimmer by Efe Kurnaz
Photograph by Efe Kurnaz

Whatever you age, fitness level or experience, swimming can boost your health and supercharge your mindset like no other activity.

An increasing number of Americans are immersing themselves in the wonderful world of swimming. Current data suggests over 27.5 million people enjoy swimming as their form of fitness. Is it time for you to stop watching

Estás leyendo una vista previa, regístrate para leer más.

Más de Best Self Magazine

Best Self Magazine4 min. leídosFood & Wine
How Nutrition Affects Your Mental Health and Simple Tips for Eating Healthier
— Many of us like to think of healthy nutrition as a way to boost our performance in training, or as a sustainable way to lose excess weight and keep it off for good, but sometimes it’s important to remind ourselves of the importance healthy eating p
Best Self Magazine6 min. leídosPsychology
Real Talk: 6 Women Share How They’ve Been Navigating COVID-19
— I saw a meme today where number 13 goes, “I am the worst number.” 666 follows up with, “No, I am the worst number.” 2020 goes, “Bitches, please.” In March, we were scared for every single breath that left our body; by August, many have become desen
Best Self Magazine6 min. leídos
From Perfect to Poverty…and the Lesson-Filled Journey Back
— Cold feet. I seriously had cold feet again… and not because I was about to get into a relationship or baulking at some massive life milestone. I had cold feet because they were standing on wet grass outside the door of my tent early in the twilight