The Importance Of Swimming

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Humans enjoy participating in a large amount of activities, whether it be for competition or just for leisure. One of these many activities is swimming. When swimming just for fun, humans can participate in activities such as swimming in the ocean, swimming at local pools, swimming in lakes, and even swimming in rivers. The only problem that humans have when it comes to being in the water is that it is physically impossible for someone to stay underwater for an extended period of time.
Most humans who are in good health are only able to hold their breaths for about two minutes. The exception to this time is those who breathe pure oxygen prior to attempting to hold their breath. After breathing pure oxygen for about thirty minutes. Ricardo Bahia from Brazil held his breath for twenty minutes and twenty-one seconds. While this is an amazing feat, most humans are unfortunately unable to achieve this record. It is for this reason that humans invented special gear to help make breathing underwater easier and safer. With this special gear humans are able to spend longer times underwater without the danger of drowning.
Humans enjoy participating in a large amount of activities, whether it be for competition or just for leisure. One of these many activities is swimming. When swimming just for fun, humans can participate in activities such as swimming in the ocean, swimming at local pools, swimming in lakes, and even swimming in rivers. The only problem that humans have when it comes

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