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Wellness is the concept of a healthy lifestyle based on a combination of a proper diet, reasonable exercise and giving up bad habits. This concept provides active longevity and spiritual well-being for people who consciously care about their health issues. 


Swimming. «Wash away the unnecessary!»

In Ancient Rome, it was believed that the water brings everything that a person lives by, but at the same time it is also able to wash off all the prevents a person from living. Regular visits to the swimming pool are recommended for a person who is under constant stress due to the nature of their work. The secret is that water itself is able to act as a natural stress relief, a form of relaxation and enhances one’s mood. Swimming helps to massage the muscles, helps you to control your breathing and allows more oxygen to enter the body’s tissues. Being in a ‘weightless’ state also provokes calm and meditative emotions in a person.

During swimming, levels of endorphins in the blood increase the so-called ‘happiness hormone’ which improves the mood and improves one’s appearance. Thus, visiting a pool several times a week, you will be in a state of inner balance and equilibrium.

It is not a secret to anyone that the illness of the 21st Century is a sedentary lifestyle, in other words, a lifestyle with no physical activity which can lead to obesity in particular. Therefore, in today’s world, many people ask themselves a question: How do I lose weight?

Rinse off the excess kilograms in the pool! A very effective way of losing weight is swimming in conjunction with a proper diet. Swimmers use up 25% more energy than runners. It also improves your metabolism, improves the function of a heart and lungs, doesn’t result in muscle sprains and a removal of stress tension is a lovely addition to the rest of the benefits. Swimming will provide you with a beautiful, slender and a flexible figure. It actively engages all the muscles in your body, especially the abdomen. Backstroke effectively pulls the spine and fights the fat deposits on your sides. Front crawl and butterfly stroke develops abdominal muscles, thighs, buttocks, back and arms. Breaststroke engages the inner and side thigh muscles.

The amount of calories you burn depends on the type of stroke you chose whilst swimming. Moderate swimming speed will burn calories more slowly, but the majority of energy used for the exercise will be provided by the body fat. Plan to undertake this exercise for 60-90 minutes, don’t forget to drink during swimming and after curb your appetite with a low-fat snack (a fruit).

Personal trainers for swimming, nutritional consultants and SPA treatments will serve as a perfect complement to your training and, of course, will increase the benefits. Make it a habit of swimming in a ‘sea’ every day and the results will not take long to show!