One of the joys of swimming outside is the opportunity to indulge your wild side and explore new locations from the water. However, swimming in new and unsupervised locations increases the risks. This doesn’t mean you can’t or shouldn’t swim in these placesContinue reading "How To Choose Where To Get In For Your Swim"
Spring has arrived. The open water is warming up. We’re optimistic about being able to do some outdoor swimming events or challenges this summer. So when can you get in the open water and start swimming again?Continue reading "When should I start acclimatising for summer?"
Going for a swim in cold, open water can be exhilarating, but it’s not without risk. There’s a few things you need to know to enjoy the water, safely.Continue reading "RNLI | Top Tips for Better Cold Water Dips"
IF you’re an outdoor swimmer, getting cold is an occupational hazard. Feeling the tingle of cool water across your body is one of the reasons many people prefer to swim outside than in a pool. However, our bodies cool down approximately three to four times quicker in water than air, when both are at the […]Continue reading "What does hypothermia actually look like?"