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    Pool -Swimming is bad?

    I am doing this 12 week bb.com transformation program.........is swimming in the pool bad? as well as cardio for this type of program?
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    huh? Swimming isn't bad and is cardio, but it's not as effective as running. But it doesn't hurt
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    If you have a 45 lb. plate strapped to your back, then yeah swimming would be bad.

    Otherwise, no.
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    lol. Yeah, never try it with the weight added.

    Swimming is an excellent exercise.
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    lol i can just see some tard strapping a 45 to him self and drowning.
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    cardio is cardio. it doesn't matter what you do. as long as you jack off...errr...up your heart rate (& do intervals if you're looking to increase your calorie expenditure & fitness level), that's all that matters.

    swimming is great for pple w/ a significant amount of fat to lose, 'cause it's easy on the joints. even better than the elliptical machine, or as a lot of pple like to call it: the eppileptical machine. ahaha.

    personally, i lost a lot of fat from may '07 --> july '07 when i stopped doing high intensity intervals on the treadmill for 60 mins & started taking aquafit classes. & that says a lot, 'cause h.i.i.t. on the treadmill is the hardest ****, EVER; definately a lot harder than water aerobics, even though the classes i took were interval-based as well; but still...i like to think that says something: that group fitness classes in the pool are top-knotch. in may of '07, i went down the most dress sizes. after 2 weeks of attending the classes regularly (5x/week), i had to buy a new bathing suit. & that's even w/out changing my eating. so, the energy imbalance obviously came from a greater energy deficit through exercise. yep. it seems like the change of activity shocked my body into dropping all of that fat, even if it wasn't as intense/hard.

    the last time i did a water aerobics class, in sept of '08, i was shocked @ how immensely easy it was. it wasn't even a decent workout the slightest bit. & i remember how hard the class used to be. it made me feel damn good about my fitness level increasing.
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    I swam competitivly for 10 years straight in my life. It was the best decision I have made concerning bodybuilding.

    PRO's:

    1. It cut all body fat (I was at 5.3% at 17 years old)

    2. Lean, strong muscle.

    3. Phenomenal back and shoulders (Dwight Howard??)

    4. Great fast-twitch muscle development

    5. Strong, natural legs.

    CON's:

    1. Weak chest


    Besides having a weak chest I can't think of anything besides that which hurt me as a bodybuilder. Swimming builds a great base for anyone considering bodybuilding. Look at waterpolo players, they are what happens when you mix swimming and lifting.

    BIG thumbs up for swimming, mix it with lifting = success.

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    I want to add swimming to my cardio arsenal this summer but i'm the stereotypical black guy and I have to learn how to first. I'm going to buy a small pool later this week and try to get the floating thing down pat. Only thing that sucks is that even though there is a small "beach" within walking distance to me i still would have to drive 30 mins and pay 4 bucks a person (would have to take wife and kid too) at a pool cause of snakes at said local beach. (We had to high-tail it out the water yesterday cause i saw a big ass water moccasin coming our direction)
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    Nah swimming is good for you
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    Stop listening to whoever told you swimming is bad, pool or otherwise.
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    Originally Posted by BookMonkey View Post
    Stop listening to whoever told you swimming is bad, pool or otherwise.
    Swimming is amazing exercise..

    Only down side with swimming is most people feel starved after a swimming workout.
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    Originally Posted by iBleedGreen View Post
    huh? Swimming isn't bad and is cardio, but it's not as effective as running. But it doesn't hurt
    This is false. Swimming is better cardio than running. Swimming is pretty much the best cardio you can get. It uses every single muscle in your body, requires you to keep a good pace (if not you will drown), and is much easier on your joints.
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    Swimming is good, though I wouldn't say it's better than running. Actually, I would argue that no matter how good you are at swimming, you will never be able to breathe as well as you can while running (even if the difference is negligible). This is important, since energy expenditure is a direct function of how much oxygen you use. Also, we're able to do more work while running since we're using bigger muscles. Swimming is almost entirely upper body if you're doing a proper freestyle stroke.

    On the plus side, your body stays cool while swimming, and you're less likely to injure yourself. Less impact also means faster recovery.
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    Swimming is AMAZING! I upped my strength and endurance (muscular and cardiovascular) significantly when I saw 4-5 days a week for a few months this past spring.

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    Originally Posted by xwgpx55 View Post
    This is false. Swimming is better cardio than running. Swimming is pretty much the best cardio you can get. It uses every single muscle in your body, requires you to keep a good pace (if not you will drown), and is much easier on your joints.
    Amen, swimming >>>> running
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    Swimmimg is awesome. Gives you an all-over body workout.

    I always include it at least twice a week wih weights and what ever else I'm doing.
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    just like everyone said .. swimming can only be good for u ...

    this year in February when I did cardio (HIIT 5 times a week) I also started swimming 3 times a week for about 1.5/2 hours per session... the results were amazing .. even if it was hard as HELL
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    Originally Posted by xwgpx55 View Post
    This is false. Swimming is better cardio than running. Swimming is pretty much the best cardio you can get. It uses every single muscle in your body, requires you to keep a good pace (if not you will drown), and is much easier on your joints.
    This. Why do you think Michael Phelps can eat 20k calories a day and still not be fat?
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    Originally Posted by ftblplyr46 View Post
    This. Why do you think Michael Phelps can eat 20k calories a day and still not be fat?

    Because he doesn't do it every day of his life. If he did, he would be fat.
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