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Old 02-08-2014
alerse alerse is offline
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Default Post-op dryland practices

I'm a self-coached newbie who's been banned from the pool for 8 weeks while I recover from abdominal surgery. Although it's 8 weeks, it is temporary, so I look at it as an opportunity to get in some dryland practice. So, I'm reaching out to the community for suggestions/resources to use to build a dryland practice.

The area's I'd like to focus on are - arm-swing (which muscles to activate/deactivate) to keep shoulders healthy; vertical forearm; catch and recovery; rhythmic breathing, etc.

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Old 09-23-2014
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That we know there many benefits of exercise and swimming is one of best exercise which work on every muscle group in the body without giving any stress on bones and joints. this exercise help to maintain body fitness and help to reduce over weight if anybody want to loss weight.
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