If you want to learn to swim in Singapore now is the perfect time to do it.
The perfect time
The heat, the humidity and the ads will surely get to you and will force you to do all sorts of things just to keep cool. Some will go to malls, make the aircon in the office or home release snow, eat popsicles, Ais Kacang, drink bubble tea, eat ice cream, go to cool places and swim in pools.
Pools in Singapore are packed with people in a fairly decent amount versus the pools in China and since you don’t really get access to a beach all the time you just have to do with the pool. In all fairness pools are great for swimming, for dipping and for fun, it has a limit in how deep it is, it’s a controlled environment and it’s within the city.
The best way to maximize a pool is not to dip and cover all sides of it or stay in a kiddie pool but swim to the middle and in the deepest side, it’s an impressive skill to learn but sadly not all people realize this. We’re not fishes and we don’t need to swim in order to buy food and go to work, we swim for fun, extracurricular activities, as a sport and nothing more.
The positives in swimming
There are so many benefits of swimming that we sometimes throw aside, we get so much caught up with swimming as a sport and we consider food as a form of a healthy lifestyle. Health lifestyle means not just eat healthy foods but to stay fit as well, swimming is a form of exercise, a very powerful exercise even that has many benefits. It can prevent disease, help give shape to your body, prevent disease, increase immunity, a good therapy to some diseases but you need to consult your doctor on this matter. There are so many things that you can get out of swimming that if you will learn to appreciate, try and love it, it will give you more benefits than you can ever imagine.
What are you waiting for? Sign your kids up for swimming lessons for toddlers in Singapore today!