We're happy to share with you the news that the World Open Water Swimming Association (WOWSA) wrote an article about swim coach communicator - Sonr.
WOWSA is the international governing body for the sport of open-water swimming. WOWSA provides membership and certification programmes as well as publications and online resources that foster community, celebrate achievements and codify the rules, records and vernacular to help the sport grow.
They published over 18,000 articles covering the world of open water swimming.
It's an honor for us to be mentioned by them.
Thank you to the creator of WOWSA - Steven Munatones for believing in Sonr.
How to overcome the fear of swimming in deep water? Many people ask this question because bathophobia does not allow them to swim. Psychologists believe that this phobia is one of the manifestations of the fear of death since we are not scared of deep water, we are scared of drowning. The fear of depth and swimming is quite difficult to overcome. Irrationality and obsessive thoughts in connection with the depth prevent a person from behaving adequately on the water. Don't let fear take away your happiness, read our article.
It is believed that the hands ensuring the forward movement of the body and the legs are responsible for pushing off are the most significant elements in swimming. Athletes spent endless hours training with boards, trying to strengthen their arms and legs. Such an approach rather slows down the development of a swimmer than accelerates it. Stroke length is the most important factor in swimming technique; the best way to increase the stroke length is to reduce the water resistance. In this article, we will talk about how to reduce this resistance, or, in other words, about water gliding.
Novice athletes often do not understand how to swim a long distance without stopping. The idea of covering a kilometer or more seems unattainable to them. Everything is quite simple, experts say and our article will help convince you of it.