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You’re an accomplished swimmer who wants to review your skills and refine your technique. You’re a swimming instructor or coach who wants to improve the effectiveness of your classes. You’re a person who is looking for a progressive aerobic fitness program. If you don’t swim now, this book will teach you how to swim—and swim correctly. That’s a promise. Over the past thirty years, I’ve used these techniques with thousands of die-hard landlubbers of all shapes, sizes, ages, and abilities. So, whether you’re young or just young at heart, a total beginner or an experienced swimmer, whether you’re swimming solo or with one or more partners, or even if you need a competent guide to help you teach others—this book is designed for you.
Swimming has something special: you do it in water. And that’s a plus. Water is the secret ingredient that makes swimming better for you than any other sport. Did you know, for example, that every time a runner’s foot hits the ground his body receives a shock of up to three times his or her body weight? ) On the other hand, a swimmer’s body feels as though it weighs less in water, owing to the upward force of buoyancy. And there’s no jarring against any hard surface: there’s only the smooth, rhythmic motion through the water.
This buoyant quality is the swimmer’s secret ally. The buoyancy is always there—holding you up while you’re in the water, and keeping you feeling “up” long after you’ve wiped the last droplet from your skin. Water lifts your spirits as well as your body. After a swim, there’s a euphoria that permeates your entire existence for hours afterward. But enough of swimming’s seemingly magical properties. What will it do for you in scientific terms? It Helps Your Heart, Blood Vessels, and Lungs. Swimming is an excellent aerobic (heart-pumping) exercise, which means that if you do it regularly and vigorously enough to raise your heartbeat to 70 percent of its Maximum Rate (see Target Rate, this page) for a half hour or more, your cardiovascular system will gradually grow stronger and more efficient.
1996 Mazda Millenia Workshop Manual.