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Is swimming head-up breaststroke damaging to your back?

12 February 2014

Swimming is one of the most popular physical activities in the UK, with 2.93 million people taking part every week. While many competitive swimmers spend a huge amount of time perfecting their technique, how important is a good swimming technique for recreational swimmers?

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Call for ‘top up’ teaching as swimming rates fall flat

19 September 2013

The aquatics industry has united in a call to parents to go the extra mile in ensuring their children can swim.

With figures from the Amateur Swimming Association (ASA) showing that half of primary school children can’t swim, parents are being urged to seek private tuition to supplement compulsory school swimming lessons. But the emphasis should be on seeking quality instructors who are best positioned to teach this lifesaving skill, according to industry leaders.

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