December is here and our final group courses of the year are in motion. We would like to thank all of our wonderful participants from… Read More »Thank you to all our 2023 participants!
As we enter the final week of our annual SISC open water swimming camps this summer it is a good time to reflect on the… Read More »Wrap-up of our annual open water swimming camps 2023
The Water Safety Code consists of four simple rules to remember each time you venture near the water.
That’s what swimming instructors say. Always swim with a partner, every time — whether you’re swimming in a backyard pool or in a lake. Even experienced swimmers can become tired or get muscle cramps, which might make it difficult to get out of the water. When people swim together, they can help each other or go for help in case of an emergency.
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Let’s imagine that you know how to swim and now you can go to the swimming pool for your daily or weekly workout. (We recommend to swim 2-3 times a week)
Here many people ask what do I actually do when I’m in there?
A few people in the pool may swim a slow steady pace for their whole workout, but experienced swimmers use to structure their workouts as interval training.Read More »Swimming workout for beginners
Our coaches spend so much time in Stockholm’s swimming pools that we feel the need to tell you the truth about them. We consider pools that are best suited for:
- Spending time with kids
Our absolute favorites are:
All year roundRead More »Best Swimming Pools in the Stockholm Region
We are happy to announce that we are offering more courses in collaboration with Haga Health Club this autumn. Next batch of courses are starting… Read More »Sign up for the autumn swimming school at Haga Health Club