5 time (and counting) Olympic Trials Qualifier And World Class Swimmer, Grant House
As a former competitive swimmer I felt twice as compelled to get this out to you. This research moved me personally so much that I’ve decided to get back into the pool after quite a layoff. It’s an important read; read it! Here’s an excerpt:
“Swimming gives your brain a boost – but scientists don’t know yet why it’s better than other aerobic activities. But what’s special about swimming?
Researchers don’t yet know what swimming’s secret sauce might be. But they’re getting closer to understanding it.
Swimming has long been recognized for its cardiovascular benefits. Because swimming involves all of the major muscle groups, the heart has to work hard, which increases blood flow throughout the body. This leads to the creation of new blood vessels, a process called angiogenesis. The greater blood flow can also lead to a large release of endorphins – hormones that act as a natural pain reducer throughout the body. This surge brings about the sense of euphoria that often follows exercise.“
- Here’s the full article here: https://bit.ly/3PW4qWf
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