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Pool Facilities Warren OH

Swimming is one of the best non-weight bearing activities out there and I totally recommend implementing a swim routine into your workout. It’s a great way to burn an enormous amount of calories all while having a blast in the water. Non-weight bearing refers to no weight or pressure being forced onto the joints, thus great for those with injuries, arthritis, or pain.

Richard Dickinsons School of Ballet
(330) 373-6724
160 N Park Ave
Warren, OH
 
Great Lakes Festival Ballet
(330) 373-6724
160 N Park Ave
Warren, OH
 
YWCA of Warren
(330) 373-1010
375 N Park Ave
Warren, OH
 
Hot Spot Tanning and Fitness
(330) 369-3705
537 Oak Knoll Ave SE
Warren, OH
 
Champion Athletic Club
(330) 847-6388
Alva Ave
Warren, OH
 
No Mercy Training Systems LLC
(330) 399-3581
777 E Market St # B
Warren, OH
 
Royal Athletic Club Inc
(330) 399-8929
234 E Market St
Warren, OH
 
YMCA of Trumbull County Warren Branch
(330) 394-1565
210 High St NW
Warren, OH
 
Pressly Nutrition Counseling
(330) 399-1921
1700 E Market St Ste 104
Warren, OH
 
Wellness Unlimited
(330) 372-9686
2048 N River Rd NE
Warren, OH
 

Pool Facilities

A Beginner’s Guide to Swimming Workouts

swimming workout Swimming is one of the best non-weight bearing activities out there and I totally recommend implementing a swim routine into your workout. It’s a great way to burn an enormous amount of calories all while having a blast in the water. Non-weight bearing refers to no weight or pressure being forced onto the joints, thus great for those with injuries, arthritis, or pain.

Although indoor pools are somewhat hard to come by, they are definitely worth the small cost to use. You may find indoor pools at your local health or fitness club, university, YMCA, or hotel. Before starting your swimming workouts , here are a few things you should know:

  • The first step is safety, you should always have another person around in case of an emergency.
  • The second step is to find the one type of workout that works for you (enjoyable and effective). One style consists of just plain sprinting (swimming) while implementing different strokes into the mix.

There are a few different stokes: front crawl, back crawl, side stroke, back stroke, butterfly, and breast stroke. Another type of workout routine is water aerobics; which consist of performing exercise-type movements in the water.

For example: empty milk jugs are a great way to implement dumbbell movements in the water. Below are two different workouts for you to try; remember to stretch before and that safety comes first!

Swimming Workout #1

Warm-up:

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