SWIM THE TEES UPDATE
Welcome to your fortnightly Swim The Tees info-letter! The challenge is still on going and I hope that you are getting on brilliantly. When you are swimming remember to change your strokes as you will use different muscles and complete a better workout. Also, by gradually increasing the intensity and length of your workout will help you not to plateau in your fitness development.
Some of you may have already completed your challenge. For those of you who have, I congratulate you on your accomplishment. I hope you have enjoyed participating and helping whatever cause you were swimming for; whether that is for charity or for yourself. I also hope it has encouraged you to continue swimming!
For those of you who haven’t finished yet, what are you waiting for! Only joking! You still have 25 days (from tomorrow) left to complete the challenge so that’s plentiful time to get swimming.
Swimming Top Tip
After each swim you should wash your kit thoroughly with water to minimise any chlorine damage. Your kit is a key element for swimming and caring for it will save money.
May I just draw your attention briefly to the exclusive SwimFit offer currently in motion at Splash? Throughout March you can attend 5 SwimFit sessions for the price of 3. That’s 2 Free sessions! For more details, contact reception by calling 01642 660 610 or visit the venue. Alternatively, you can email myself at Matt.Ellwood@teesactive.co.uk
If you are collecting sponsorship money, please remember that all money must be collected and handed in at your venue no later than Sunday 27th April 2014.
If you would like to share any of your Swim the Tees achievements please feel free to contact me and I will include them to the letter next time. You can also share your achievements via the Tees Active Facebook page : https://www.facebook.com/teesactive
I shall leave you with this thought….
Why do squirrels swim on their back?
To keep their nuts dry!
For any further queries please don’t hesitate to contact me. Otherwise I hope you continue to keep swimming the Tees and I hope you don’t feel all at sea with the challenge!