Whilst we can’t get in the swimming pool to support people at the moment, we thought we would use this opportunity to share some knowledge. This is an open space, so if you have ideas for a topic or feedback, please do get in touch. We want to hear from you.
A personal view of Covid-19 restrictions by a swimmer with autism
Breathing is a technique taught to beginners, but it is always worth revisiting and improving.
This week, we’re sharing Lynn’s story about living with multiple sclerosis (MS) and how swimming has helped her feel better physically and mentally.
Richard tells us about working for the NHS, volunteering for WeSwim and how he got into swimming.
Learn the basics about disability swimming, including how to make clubs more inclusive.
This week, we are talking to one of our volunteers, Emirah, who is sharing her experience. She has a fascinating story about volunteering with children in Asia before joining WeSwim.
2020 has been a challenging year for everyone around the world but we’d like to highlight some unexpected positives.
Kicking is amongst the first techniques learnt by new swimmers. In this article, we explain five exercises to improve your leg technique.
This week we hear from Pimlico Puffins Chair Daiga about her work with Rohit, a swimmer who was born without a right arm.
Even with pools closed you can practice your swimming with these home exercises.