Will swimming strengthen my knees?

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asked Nov 12, 2023 in Swimming & Diving by Tuffybar (3,160 points)
Will swimming strengthen my knees?

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answered Nov 28, 2023 by yellowbeannie (11,700 points)
Swimming will strengthen your knees and build up muscles around the knees which helps to ease symptoms of knee pain and arthritis and improves leg muscle strength.

Swimming can also help flatten your stomach, lose weight and lose belly fat and improve heart health.

The exercise that burns the most belly fat in the pool is the breaststroke, butterfly stroke and backstroke as these exercises engage your core, length after length and movements like water crunches will give the abs a good workout which also helps to flatten your stomach and burn belly fat.

You can lose belly fat by swimming and you can also lose weight overall when swimming as it's a great exercise that burns many calories.

Under the direct impact of water, combined with full-body movement, swimming helps to burn calories and release energy quickly.

Swimming actually burns more calories than brisk walking or jogging.

Walking also does help you lose belly fat and also helps with other weight loss as well.

Belly fat can be lost while walking.

Walking everyday is a good way to lose belly fat and also lose weight overall.

You'll also have better health when you walk everyday and you'll be able to keep the weight off.

You can lose quite a bit of belly fat by walking everyday for 45 minutes to 60 minutes per day.

I started walking 45 minutes per day or walked wherever I could and after 6 months I noticed a lot of my belly fat was going away.

After a year of walking everyday or at least almost everyday my belly fat was nearly completely gone and after 2 years I had lost all my belly fat.

I continue to walk almost daily whenever I can and I've kept off my weight and belly fat and I have more energy as a result as well.

Walking 45 minutes mobilizes you body to dip into fat reserves and burn stored fat and belly fat.

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