Where to Go Swimming in Brighton

by Pool Builders on 07-25-2012 in Articles

Swimming is, by definition, the exercise that allows the body to float in the water. It's a complete, healthy physical activity that evenly distributes movement throughout the body, promoting physical and psychological wellbeing. Here a collection of some of the best pools in Brighton.

Swimming is movement through water using one's limbs, and usually without artificial apparatus. Swimming is an activity that can be both useful and recreational. Its primary uses are bathing cooling, fishing, recreation, safety around water, exercise and sport.

The most common purposes for swimming are recreation, exercise, and athletic training. Recreational swimming is a good way to relax, while enjoying a full-body workout. Because the density of the human body is very similar to that of water, the water supports the body and less stress is therefore placed on joints and bones. Swimming is frequently used as an exercise in rehabilitation after injuries or for those with disabilities.

St. Luke's Pool

Located in Kemptown, near Queens Park, 15metres long with public sessions available every day. This pool is ideal for those wanting a relaxing sociable swim. Early morning swimming is available as well as evening sessions, family sessions and female only sessions. Also, they have a huge variety of energetic and relaxing activities in and out of the water for people of all ages and abilities.

Prince Regent Swimming Complex

It's in the middle of the north lanes, with a main pool 25metres long with lane swimming available during all public swimming sessions that is ideal for fitness swimming. Recently refurbished fully-equipped gym. Members induction package 'Freedom For You' offers different support options. Experienced users and less experienced user are catered for.

King Alfred Leisure Centre

It's a stone throw to the Hove seafront. It has a 25metres lane swimming pool, a children's play area and a separate teaching pool. A wide ranges of classes including spin, Zumba, Body Combat, LBT, yoga, antenatal yoga, abs blast and pilates. Equipped for a variety of sporting activities including, badminton, table tennis, indoor 5 a side, and martial arts. Every Sunday a roller disco is held in the sportshall.

West Hove

Learning to swim on one's home territory is remarkably beneficial to building children's confidence and developing water safety techniques. The pupils at West Hove are so happy in the pool building that even the most anxious of children find coming for their swimming lessons an enjoyable experience that they have been looking forward too.

This is a small guide where you and your kids can enjoy swim between Brighton & Hove. If you have any additions, suggestions or tips please pass them on and we will add them.

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