Tim Duma: Top Health Benefits of Swimming

Timothy Duma, a former car racing champion in Denver, CO, who works hard to stay fit, relieve stress and improve the health. To help relieve some of the stress brought on his own business, Tim Duma likes to swim on a regular basis. Regular swimming can offer anyone a wide range of health benefits.


Here are some of the top ways diving into the water can help boost your health.

  1. It offers you the ability to participate in aerobic exercise without the strain on your skeletal system. When you immerse your body up to your neck, you only have to bear ten percent of your own weight, helping to reduce the impact on your joints and muscles.
  2. It is a great way to increase muscular strength and tone your muscles. Every time you kick your legs or complete a stroke, you are adding resistance. Resistance exercises are the best way to build muscle tone and strength.
  3. Swimming puts your body through a broad range of motion that helps to loosen joints and ligaments and increase their flexibility.
  4. It can increase the health of your heart. Swimming is an aerobic exercise that helps to strengthen the heart by making it more efficient in pumping and increasing its size. This leads to better blood flow throughout your body.

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About Timothy Duma

Timothy Duma is a successful entrepreneur and CEO of a home construction company in Denver, CO who enjoys spending his free time in nature
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