Swimming Essay Examples

Personal exercise plan swimming

What I enjoy doing: I enjoy swimming, playing squash, jogging, aerobics and power walking. What activities I already take part in: I play squash two or three times a week, and got to the gym, and in the spring I cycle with my friends. I also have bleep test/ fitness test once every two weeks…. View Article

Pe pep on swimming

have chosen the activity swimming because I am very interested in it. I have been doing it since early primary school and have continued onto now the end of secondary school. I think that it is the sport I no most about and I am most interested in doing. I swim in school and also… View Article

The Swimmer by John Cheever

The Swimmer is a short story by John Cheever of Massachusetts. He was born in 1912 and lived until 1982. Cheever won the National Book Award and the Pulitzer Prize. He did not have a formal education, never having graduated from college. Cheever was a notorious alcoholic and a known homosexual, though not out to… View Article

Instruction essay

Sport is a very important part of life of many people. Even though most of the people don’t become outstanding athletes, they still devote lots of time to watching sports on TV and playing them themselves when they have time. One of the most popular kinds of sports nowadays is tennis, and many guys and… View Article

Swimming is a Perfect Exercise

The contemporary society is characterized by a laid-back lifestyle and unhealthy habits. Because of the advancement made in transportation and technology, people are getting less exercise and fat burning activity. In addition to this lifestyle, people nowadays had been dependent on the popular fast food meals because they are relatively cheap, fast and convenient. With… View Article


Physical demands of swimming are/power to pull yourself through the water quickly, flexibility to perform the different strokes properly, CRE to push your body harder for longer, LME because your arms and legs are constantly working. Reaction time determines how quickly you react to the start of a race, co-ordination/timing to perform strokes properly, motivation… View Article

“In Training” By Helen Lawson

Helen Lawson uses a number of sound and picture devices in the poem “In Training”. How do they help us to enhance her description of the swimmer and the river?We have all seen a swimmer racing at all sports competition before, “In Training”, by Helen Lawson brings back the thoughts in our memory but moves… View Article

Persuade/Learn to Swim

Everyone should learn how to swim. Swimming gives a wide range of benefits for people of all age groups. It can help prevent calamities from happening and is a great way to stay active. It is a simple and affordable way to keep busy year round and have a great deal of fun. Many people… View Article

The Cuban Swimmer and Religion

Margarita Suárez, a 19-year-old swimmer, is competitively swimming in a race from San Pedro to San Catalina while her family guides her way from a boat. With the support and on-going praise of her loved ones and her passion for the sport, Margarita Suárez vigorously pushes herself through the cold Pacific Ocean not only to… View Article