Ever wondered why you per a lot when you do open water swimming?
Don't worry, you're not alone.
It is reckoned to be due to something called 'cold diuresis' although the phenomenon is not fully understood.
It’s believed that, when your body temperature drops due to submersion in cold water...
For many the thought of swimming in the ocean after the summer is enough to bring shivers down their spine, literally. However swimming in the autumn and winter can be extremely rewarding in many ways.
The varied sea conditions will build your confidence and being able to handle anything the sea thro...