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Synchronized Swimming Routines
Perhaps: Occasionally it is possible that your back can be sore. If you are doing freestyle and stretch out, but lift head out a lot, then you may be putting stress on the lower back. Keep head down and relax the stroke. Glide and rotate as you pull through the water. If doing butterfly, you may be stiff and not able to stretch smoothly with the kick. Stretch before, and after.If kickboard, keep head down. ...Read more
My sons bone plate broke 3 weeks after being released from the dr. It broke while swimming.Is this common?
Not common but. ...: ...kids do put a lot of strain on the hardware, & swimming 2 some is stressful if pushing off the side of the pool, or hitting the bottom of the pool. If he was swimming laps and was doing a hard workout it does stress the bone. Bone bends when used & R able 2 handle it but the plate is not bendable. Like a wire U bend back & 4th,it fatigues and breaks. The plate was failing& the swim=final inslt ...Read more
No: Not if the pool is adequately chlorinated. ...Read more
What is common in swimming, cold shower, & straining (poop)? I feel weird in my chest / stromach area for a few minutes after any of these activities.
Nothing specific: if you are truly concerned then I think you should call your doctor for a complete history and physical. ...Read more
How common are eye floaters in people under 40? Can physical over-exertion, rubbing eyes or swimming goggles be causes?
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