natacion Forums Welcome to the Family! New to swimming

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    Johnny
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    Hi everyone… I just feel loved to find a community of alike ones. Hoping a warm welcome here

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    Annabel21
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    Hi! I’m Annabel21! I’m just starting to try swimming as crosstraining for running and other sports. So far, breathing has been the Big Struggle. I tried peeking my head up out of the water, but my back started hurting later. From what I understand, you’re only supposed to breathe to the side, but will that affect staying linear? I’ve just heard so many things! I’m only practicing kicks right now, by the way; the shoulder-driven stroke and the full freestyle stroke scare me a little lol. But what advice do you have?

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    Ruben Piñeiro
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    Holaaa!!
    My name is Ruben, I am preparing 10 km open water swim cancun- isla mujeres in Mexico.
    Just here to share experiences and create comunity. Anybody preparing open water swim here? Cheerssss

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    Fernando
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    Hello Guys,
    I’m Fernando, I’m 48 and aspiring triathlete. Ok runner, ok-iest rider. I’m absolute new to swimming but loving my swimming lessons. My teacher in the suburbs of Chicago is great; she started with a lego-philosophy, giving us the building blocks to be great swimmers, the kicks, the arm-strokes, the breathing, the switching singe and triple. I’m a quick study and making progress but is hard! breathing is hard. Even with my endurance background, it’s hard. Putting all those building blocks together is not easy.
    Anyways, I have a good one full year to prepare for my Ironman, wish me luck.
    I found this community through my YouTube feed and subscribed immediately. Phenomenal content.
    Regards,

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    Geoff
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    Hi all. Geoff here from Exmoor, south west England. 77 years old. Determined to get myself to required standard to take the UK LifeSavers’ course (a month ago I literally could not swim a single stroke, now I’m close to a full 30m length). Life’s for living, yes? Cheerz to you all.

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