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30 Day Challenge

Neely, Wendy - 5/15/2015 6:04:00 AM

Swimming 30 consecutive days can create a new habit, increase fitness levels (efficiency, endurance and speed), and decrease stress and weight.

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Filed under: Health and Nutrition

30 Day BWAQ Swim Challenge

Neely, Wendy - 12/19/2013 6:51:00 AM

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Filed under: BWAQ Swimmer Stories, Health and Nutrition, Masters Swim Team

Giving back to our community - the gift of swimming!

Neely, Wendy - 6/6/2013 5:54:00 AM

Did you know that BWAQ is a 503c non profit organization?
 

Before we head out into the community to get sponsors and donors for the following areas of our club we wanted to ask if you or your business are interested?   There are three ways you can support:  through an advertising sponsorship, a tax deductible donation and or through volunteerism. You choose where you would like to put your support.

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Filed under: Adult Swim Lessons, Health and Nutrition, Swim Clinics, Volunteer Opportunities

Nutrition for Performance Swimoutlet.Com and Garrett Weber-Gale

Neely, Wendy - 5/10/2013 9:12:00 AM

Garrett Weber-Gale, part of the 'greatest' swim relay in Olympic history is on a mission to education swimmers on better nutrition. SwimOutlet.com has two 4 part series titled

You've got your stroke right now get your diet right!

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Filed under: Competition, Health and Nutrition

Blood Pressure Climbing? Try Upping Your Swim Workouts to 3x a Week

Pat Duggan - 2/6/2012 7:28:00 AM

Blood Pressure Climbing? Try Upping Your Swim Workouts to 3X a Week

New research finds that older adults who swam three to four times a week dropped
their systolic blood pressure—that’s the top number—by an average of nine points.

The University of Texas study involved 43 men and women who were unmedicated, over the age of 50, sedentary, but otherwise healthy.  All had either . . . continue reading


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Why Swim?

Mesler, Jen - 4/13/2010 7:02:00 AM

Blue Wave Aquatics Swim Team offers fitness swimming and competitive swimming for adults ages 18 and up. Swimmers of all ability levels can find professional assistance in developing and enhancing their strokes.

Why swimming? Swimming is an excellent exercise for those who find it difficult to run, bike or participate in other high impact aerobic activities.  Swimming takes the stress off of the knee and . . . continue reading


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