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  1. Kambei Shimada is offline
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    Hell yeah! Hell no!
    Swimming..although thats far from easy with added weight but unlike Running it wont **** up your joints.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kambei Shimada View Post
    Swimming..although thats far from easy with added weight but unlike Running it wont **** up your joints.
    Yes it can. Most injuries in swimmers occur in the shoulder/rotator cuff area. Many folks that swim for exercise swim in a way that puts them at risk for injuries to the region -- improper stroke technique, overuse of the freestyle/crawl, not breathing on both sides, etc. Adding weight increases the strain to an already vulnerable area.
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