Formostar and swimming
Formostar and swimming may not have the most obvious connection. However, when you really think about it, it becomes somewhat obvious.
The history of swimming is something that at fifty-eight, and almost fifty-nine years of age, I did not think that I would ever really have any sort of interest in. But, I do. You see, when I was a kid, and all of my friends were swimming, I was not. When they were all pretty young (I should not say all, but let us just say “most”), they were taking swimming lessons. But for some reason, my parents (And I always have assumed it was my dad) did not take us for swimming lessons. So, when I became older, let us say ten to twelve years of age, and I wanted to join in with everyone, I became pretty embarrassed that I did not know how to swim. So, I went to my parents and asked to (finally) take some swimming lessons. To my shock, they actually said yes! But, here was the problem: I was twice as old as the other kids. I felt uncomfortable and again had that embarrassed feeling.
Swimming burns a lot of calories. I was not a chubby kid, to the total contrary, I was always in top physical condition. That is until now. (more on that later) But, I find the history of swimming to be very interesting. There is actual proof that human beings have been swimming since the caveman days. Evidently, there are even references in the Bible to swimming. So, how does Formostar and swimming have anything to do with any of what I am writing this blog about? In today’s society, a premium is placed on looking good. This is accentuated during the summer months. Everyone wants to get in shape and get a tan, to look good for the swimming season. That could be at the beach, a lake or a community pool. Heck, it even applies to swimming in ones own backyard. You see, the Formostar is an infrared body wrap system that helps to tone and tighten the body. It emulsifies fat and even cellulite. So, Formostar and swimming has a natural connection. Use the Formostar about twelve to fifteen times in about a month to a month and a half, and you will really start to lose weight. Lose fat. Lose cellulite! You will look better and feel better. Swimming, like I said, is great exercise, so you will be more comfortable getting on the beach or in to that pool. Formostar and swimming is a great combination! I found some great information on swimming at www.medicinenet.com. I will leave a very small section of a really cool article that I read, below. If you are interested in reading the article in its entirety, please click on http://www.medicinenet.com/swimming/article.htm
Introduction to swimming
Swimming is an activity that burns lots of calories, is easy on the joints, supports your weight, builds muscular strength and endurance. It also improves cardiovascular fitness, cools you off and refreshes you in summer, and is one that you can do safely into old age. In this article, I’ll review the history of swimming, the benefits, the strokes, how to get started, what to wear, the equipment you need, where to swim, and more.