Swimming is an excellent form of exercise for beginners because it is the gentlest of all of the aerobic activities you can do. It does not jar your bones or damage your joints, but it is still effective. Swimming challenges your body without putting pressure on it that could worsen some conditions, by doing other exercises.
AquaLIFE swimming programs are designed to look in to individual training needs of all students.. Swimming is harder than you might remember if your only experience with it is paddling in a pool as a child with the assistance of inflatable wings. The water actually serves as a form of resistance for your body, helping tone your muscles. Additionally, swimming improves your cardiovascular fitness and flexibility.
Too many Sri Lankans drown every year, but by learning to swim and survive, we become more ably equipped to cope with an adverse situation in the water. Swim and Survival skills are fundamental to safe aquatic activity yet the swimming standards of our children and adults have been declining at an alarming rate due to busy lifestyles. As an adult or even as a future parent it is essential to have some knowledge and practice of swimming not only as an exercise but also as a life skill.