Being a registered nurse / ex paramedic who has treated many patients with dehydration , I can tell you from experience..i am also an avid swimmer, both for fun and cardiovascular / health benefits. Just because you are wet while swimming , does not mean you can't fall victim to dehydration. The warmer the water / ambient temperature, the more likely this can occur. So the point is.. Drink lots of water before, during, and after your swim.
Ingesting speed can have many health risks. Some of these health risks are, high blood pressure, insomnia, tremors, rapid heart rate, and anxiety.
There are no known health risks of excessive use of firming cream. However, using a lot of firming cream won't speed up the process of the specific cream.
It is the same as running speed, how fast you can go in the water
CRE, speed and strenghth.
There are only two types of swimming: speed and synchronized. Both are in the Olympics.
It will decrease it's speed by a lot and ill cause it to
You need speed for swimming so then you can win the race or you can rescue someone drowning or have hurt themselves really fast so they won't get too ill.
Indoor tanning lotions speed up the tanning process. If the skin is dry, it will just get sunburned and peel off. The lotions have ingredients that provide nutrition and hydration which enhance the tanning.
running,swimming, cycling and football
Super swimming speed
speed is not really important in swimming unless you are in a competition. As long as you can swim you do not really need to concentrate on how fast you are going but your speed will progress if you keep training. If you cannot swim then stay in shallow water and keep trying to learn how to swim.
2 Metres per second
the special adaptions are for steering and swimming.
90 miles per hour
Speeds vary from slow drifting to fast, powered swimming over 10 kph (15 to 18 miles per hour) in short bursts. Performance speed of aquatic mammals is also dependent and directly related to body shape and swimming mode.
Well the faster you run, the more you are fit, so to some extent, yes.
125 meters per minute.
Speed skating, figure skating, curling, and ice hockey.