Winter Swim Fitness: 6 Reasons Your Body Will Thank You
Agnes Davis, CEO, swim swim swim I Say Adds Water Aerobics to Swim Menu
According to the Center for Disease Control (CDC), swimming is the fourth most popular sports activity in the United States and an exceptional way to get regular aerobic physical activity. Swimming can lead to improved health for people coupled with increase mortality.
Agnes Davis' mission for sssIS is simple: introduce healthy habits to her clients (from birth to adults) in and out of the water, while encouraging small changes to reduce diabetes, hypertension, depression and drowning in families. See Agnes Davis' Talk Water Safety on PIX11 Morning News: http://pix11.com/
Even though it is frequently associated with summer, swimming is a physical activity many people can enjoy all year long. Davis says, "With the children in school, parents are busy multi-tasking, feeling stressed and probably not exercising like they should. Swimming is the ultimate exercise to stave off chronic illness, increase mental acumen, stay fit and will not compromise the muscles and joints. I am happy to add water aerobics to our swim menu."
swim swim swim I Say has been featured in several media outlets including: Associated Press, Sirius XM, Tom Joyner Morning Show, USA Today, Atlanta Black Star, Washington Post, Essence, ABC News, NBC10, PIX11 and Yahoo News.
Agnes Davis' winter swim fitness tips:
1) Make it last forever. Winter swimming can be an alternative to year around gym workout/weight training that can build muscle mass and tone bodies without the bulk.
2) Heat is on. Swimming pools are heated indoors which makes the workout more therapeutic.
3) Banish your fear. If you dread the water, the pool is less crowded in winter and private lessons are an option.
4) Heart Health. Winter swimming works the heart /cardiovascular system which increases your circulation and boost immune system.
5) Brand you. Winter is a depressing time for many, however, swimming can keep the blues away by shocking your body and changing the routine.
6) Start small. Join us in the water for a water aerobics in a group session on December 10th.
For additional information about swim swim swim I Say, and to register for winter programs including water aerobics, visit www.swimswimswimisay.com; to schedule an interview with Agnes Davis, contact Karen Taylor Bass, firstname.lastname@example.org, 917-509-3061.
About Swim Swim Swim I Say:
swim swim swim I SAY teaches tots, children and adults swimming and water safety. What makes swim swim swim I SAY unique compared to other swimming companies is their Fear of Water to Loving the Water Swimming program that they wrote, copyrighted and trademarked. In addition, swim swim swim I SAY instructs individuals with Special Needs that most companies will not work with or have little experience working with.
Karen Taylor Bass