As studies show that swimming confers multiple health benefits, the recent announcement provides digital training and community support for those looking to use swimming as a form of exercise.
More details can be found at https://community.swimvice.com
With the announcement, swimmers can receive and participate in structured workouts, video demonstrations, livestreams, online community discussions, and more. The on-demand resources can be accessed from any digital device. Courses are suitable for beginners through to advanced swimmers.
The company notes that swimming builds endurance, muscular strength, and cardiovascular fitness. It significantly improves coordination, balance, and posture, alleviates stress, and promotes relaxation. Additionally, multiple studies have shown swimming to benefit lung health. Research from the Portuguese Society of Pulmonology showed that the sport can increase lung size and capacity.
SWIMVICE, LLC’s online community offers support, encouragement, and fellowship for its members to achieve their swimming goals. A company spokesperson described its mission as: “to motivate, inspire, and transform swimmers from all over the world, connecting people and building a strong community both online and offline through the sport of swimming.”
Digital products include courses, plans, and drills to help community members improve their swim technique, speed, efficiency, breathing, body position, kick timing, stroke cycle, swim long distances, and more. Lessons cover how to freestyle correctly, swim laps without getting tired, and embrace swimming as part of a weekly routine, amongst many other topics.
SWIMVICE, LLC was founded by UCFS Masters Head Swimming Coach, Mandy Bradley. In addition to digital swim training, the coach provides one-on-one lessons in San Francisco and private video analysis. A range of information resources is available on the website on topics such as how to tread water easily, freestyle kick timing, and outside-pool habits to improve training.
A satisfied customer said: “I could not swim at all. After 4 months, I’m now able to swim confidently and in a few months’ time (hopefully) I will complete a half ironman. Mandy is able to explain things in a simple way and in one that I can remember when I’m doing my own drills – and she’s very patient.”
Interested parties can find more information at https://www.swimvice.com
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