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Swim your way to a great start to 2012

05 December 2011

Very close to the top of most people’s New Year resolution list is to be more active and make a real effort to get fit. Make it happen this year with our help!

Impress everyone with your commitment this New Year by signing up for a personal challenge such as the Big Splash Mile for Sport Relief with Swimathon. Tick off two resolutions in one go – not only will your health and fitness benefit but you will be raising funds for Marie Curie Cancer Care and Sport Relief.

Everyone who signs up will receive their own British Gas Swimfit training plan to make sure you are ready for the event in April and really make in-roads into achieving a ‘New You’ for the New Year. 

Maybe you would prefer to set your own goals and tailor your very own swim training programme.  British Gas Swimfit is a brilliant way for you to track your progress and get free online coaching. With programmes for health, fitness, shape up & tone and those who want to become competitive, the site has everything you need to become the New You!

Over-indulged on party food and mince pies? Resolve to take part in at least 30 minutes of swimming, once a week to start to reduce that body fat. 

Feeling over-wrought after long shopping trips and visits from the in-laws? Swimming can come to the rescue!  Just half an hour of swimming can help to reduce your blood pressure, improve your mood and reduce stress levels.  Find out more about becoming a 30 Minute Convert here.

Still need inspiration? Check out our Nonagenarian (that means in their nineties!) swimmers – if they can do it, so can you!  Or read some personal stories about how others have changed their lives by taking up swimming.

Make your Big Splash today!

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