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|Open Water Swimming|
Open water swimming is quickly growing in popularity as more people come to realise the long list of benefits.
Open water swimming is so versatile. You can swim skins or with a wetsuit. Swim an ice mile or swim abroad in the warm turquoise seas. You can swim the channel solo or join a team and do a relay. Compete in a Triathlon or Ironman, and set your own personal challenge or break a record!
|10 BENEFITS OF OPEN WATER SWIMMING|
|1. No pool walls, swim in beautiful surroundings and discover places you never knew existed - what a great way to exercise!||2. Swim in your own space, at your own pace, without the concern of anyone tapping at your heels.||3. There are many groups of open water swimmers throughout the UK who get together and enjoy a nice dip as a social event.||4. The sense of achievement as the water is colder than a pool and you cant see the bottom! Test yourselve physically and mentally.||5. Open water swimming boosts energy levels. Nerve endings stand up, heart starts racing and gives your body a great natural high.|
|6. Burn the fat! When you expose your body to cooler temperatures it processes more energy to produce heat, burning fat more efficiently!||7. Get back in touch with nature and breathe in that fresh air (instead of that chlorine mist!)||8. Minimise pain if you have an injury, the cool temperatures of open water reduces inflammation, eases chronic pains and body aches.||9. Scientifically proven to boost your immune system! Increase your white blood cell count by going open water swimming at least 3 times a week!||10. Most importantly open water swimming
|Where can I swim?|
There are many clubs and venues in the UK that are set up for open water swimming.
Why not attend and Ocean Walker swim camp? We offer swimming camps Worldwide for all abilities. Beginners can build their confidence while more experienced swimmers can get to grips with improving their efficiency and technique.
Once you are confident in open water, there are many incredible locations to visit and we advise you should always try to swim with at least one other person with the correct equipment and to consider all the varying conditions that you may encounter before, during and after your swim.
We will be updating our site with more information on our favourite venues in the UK as well as details on how to stay safe in open water.
Take a look at all available open water swim camps here>>