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5 RULES THAT “RULE BREAKERS” BREAK IN THE POOL FROM WATER

The new line of two-piece arena competition swimsuits is dedicated to the most rebellious athletes. As the name of the collection, Rule Breaker, suggests, its colorful and playful style awakens the rebel in all of us. Find out what rules we break and you will know how we are.  

Rule #1

One of the rules that we first break in Rule Breakers is to practice active cooling in competition with Lifeguard Training in Florida. Despite the coach’s speeches about the benefits of a gradual return to calm, we ended up chatting with friends on the wall or minding our own business on the starting platform. If we’re caught wasting time, there’s always the old trick of the lost glasses or the jerk in the cufflink.

Rule No. 2

Next is a rule is written all over the place on signs, crying out for you to break it: the no running poolside rule. We understand that swimmers are not made for dry land, with our long arms and our lack of coordination, and that running with flip-flops on a wet surface is not the most advisable, but we are athletes and speed calls us. In addition, with so many signs, they end up wanting to speed up.     

Rule No. 3

The third rule prohibits holding on to the lane rope, precisely the specialty of certain swimmers who, in addition to being somewhat unruly, have a mania for backstroke. Going holding on to the ropes is a habit that coaches hate, teammates envy and the Rule Breakers we have taken to the maximum expression. The secret is that the movement seems so fluid that it is mistaken for a real stroke. You don’t have to be careless for a moment. To cheat right under the trainer’s nose, especially on the outer lanes, is tempting fate.

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Rule No. 4

The following rule does not need to be broken except in very special circumstances. For example, when swimming training is combined with an aqua aerobics class or a synchronized practice and the showers become like the cabin of the Marx brothers. In that case, the solution is to sneak into the men’s locker room, or the family one, when it exists. It is necessary to face it, but sometimes there is no other remedy if you want to start at a reasonable hour.

Rule No. 5

The last one is a rule that must be broken in long competitions. While you wait for the next test in the heat, in a crowded space, your best friend is the snack you carry in your bag. Despite the prohibitions, athletes need fuel. That is why it is necessary to snack on something, until they tell us if we have passed the round, and even more so if we take into account our unusual appetite and the desire to eat that makes us nervous

During an intense training session or on the morning before a race. I often feel like I want to give up swimming. But then, after all the effort and intense tension. A warm and comforting thought miraculously begins to creep into my head. “I will never stop swimming.” I could explain to you hundreds of reasons why swimming could never stop being a part of my life. I could point to thousands of arguments that are physical, psychological, and even philosophical in nature. But there are much simpler reasons why none of us want to give up swimming laps with the American Lifeguard Association.

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