Swimming is an aquatic physical activity in which participants propel their bodies through water using their limbs and muscles. Swimming is primarily an aerobic exercise, but the water acts as resistance causing muscles to work anaerobically. Swimming is a low impact form of physical activity and water takes pressure off of muscles, joints, and bones. There are a variety of styles in Swimming, known as strokes. Swimming is practiced both for recreation and competitively.

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