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Size Guide Tips for Buying Swimwear Online

Size Guide Tips for Buying Swimwear Online

14/09/2018 0
Published on 14 Aug 2018 at www.proswimwear.co.uk  Choosing the correct swimsuit size when shopping for swimwear online can be a daunting decision for new swimmers, but it doesn't need to be. All competitive swimwear brands have their own sizing guides, so it's important to remember not to base your choice on supermarket or department store swimsuit sizes.  Check the swimsuit size chart before you buy swimwear online  Websites offer world's leading swimwear brands, and they want to make it as easy as possible for you to find the right swimsuit sizes. On every page featuring an item of swimwear...
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Get Back Into Swimming For Fitness

Get Back Into Swimming For Fitness

06/02/2018 0
Published on Wednesday, 24 January 2018 at https://www.proswimwear.co.uk/blog/get-back-to-swimming-for-fitness/ Posted by John Peeke  If there is one kind of exercise that can benefit your health in impressive ways, it’s swimming. Swimming is one of the most pleasant forms of exercise, thanks to the support the water offers and the cooling, tranquil feeling most of us get when we hit the lanes. It’s not just mental health that benefits from swimming, either; swimming is an excellent form of cardiovascular exercise, and the water helps to minimise the risk of injury. With January coming to an e...
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How to Pick the Right Size of Boxing Glove

How to Pick the Right Size of Boxing Glove

27/07/2017 0
An excerpt from http://bestfightinggear.com/how-to-choose-the-best-boxing-gloves/Boxing Glove size is displayed as ounce or oz. The most common sizes available are 8 oz, 10 oz, 12 oz, 14 oz and 16 oz. There are no odd sizes (9 oz, 11 oz, 13 oz, and so on). It is worth noting that glove size and glove weight are different. Sizing does correspond with the weight of the glove, but not all the time. This means buying gloves sized at 16 oz does not mean they weigh exactly 16 oz. Sizes are classified to easily know what glove weight a boxer should train in. Glove weight is important because it has t...
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Walking it Out

Walking it Out

02/05/2017 0
How regular walking can make your life healthier Photo credit http://inzone.gr/karkinos-kai-askisi/ Written by Sajida Ali One way to keep your adrenaline and endorphins in high spirits (levels high) is to take up walking/running/jogging. It’s also a great way to burn calories, strengthen muscles, tone your body, and soak in sunlight for your bones and fresh air for your lungs. Where you can walk:  You can walk in your neighbourhood park, club or walking track, around your block, or even along the beach. If the walking area is far from your home or work place, the commute may demotivate you. Wa...
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Why Kettlebells Are More Than a Fitness Fad

Why Kettlebells Are More Than a Fitness Fad

06/04/2017 0
Don't Be Intimidated by This Impressively Functional Piece of Equipment Photo Credit Adobe Stock/baranq by TYLER RUTSTEIN published on www.LIVESTRONG.COM (http://www.livestrong.com/article/426237-a-closer-look-at-kettlebells/) Last Updated: Mar 15, 2017 Overview If you've spent any time in a gym, you've probably seen plenty of fitness fads revolving around some new or redesigned piece of exercise equipment. You've probably also noticed it isn't long before this new piece of equipment disappears from the gym, or if you found yourself owning one, is relegated to the basement. But one piece of ex...
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How much water should I drink? | Thermoregulation and hydration

How much water should I drink? | Thermoregulation and hydration

20/02/2017 0
 Sports scientist, marathon runner and Ironman finisher Benjamin Garcia discusses the importance of hydration and how much you should drink daily. Published on Feb 16th 2017 https://www.polar.com/blog/how-much-water-should-i-drink-thermoregulation-and-hydration/ In healthy individuals, total body water content makes up approximately 45–70% of total body mass, which if you are a 75kg male equates to between 34 and 53 liters. The water balance of an individual is controlled within a set range and this regulation of homeostasis plays a very important role in the vast majority of metabolic and phy...
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