Kayaking

Snorkeling

Being active

It is not necessary to go to the gym in order to stay active. If you like to do it - it is great. If you don't - there are so many other options to stay active.  Swimming, running, walking,  doing yoga, dancing, kayaking, playing tennis, you name it. What is important to do it regularly - 3 or 4 times a day. 
Snorkeling is one of the most fun ways to exercise and to see the beauty of the underwater world at the same time. Snorkeling itself improves overall strength and endurance, reduces stress and burns about 300 calories an hour. It works out quads, hamstrings, calves, ankles, hip flexors, core, and shoulders. Snorkeling also increases our maximal oxygen uptake.

It is very easy
 on our body. The buoyancy of water eases joint pain and stiffness, facilitating workouts to improve flexibility and endurance. Like any water-based exercise, snorkeling has the added benefit of providing healthy exercise to those with joint pain, stiffness or obesity problems. 

It is fun, easy, put you in a better mood, help you to connect to nature and relieve stress and anxiety.

You are only one swim away from a good mood