https://www.restube.com/wp-content/uploads/2020/06/rescue-buoy-swimming.jpg 662 1100 Dennis Gern https://www.restube.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/Restube_Next_Horz-1.png Dennis Gern2020-06-02 09:46:212020-08-11 16:54:03What exactly is a rescue can?
Swimming in the open water means freedom. Whether challenging in the open water training and competition or simply to slide through the water to relax with the feeling of weightlessness, all that matters is the moment.
However open water swimming also poses dangers. No pool edge for holding in the vicinity, no ground markings for orientation, no pleasant tempered water, waves and currents are just a few differences to swimming in the pool. Good preparation and the right safety equipment will help you contain potential risks and have a good and safe time in the water. In the following we have compiled some important tips for open water swimming and show you in detail how Restube effectively and discreetly brings you safety in the open water.
How to stop snaking:
7. How cold is the water?
The colder the water the better you should warm up in advance. Special care should be taken on hot days when the temperature difference between air and water is high. Then you should go very slowly into the water and give the body time to get used to the water temperature. For very cold water, wear a neoprene suit and possibly neoprene gloves, boots, hood.
8. An inflatable buoyancy gives you more security
With a Restube on your hips, you always have extra buoyancy.
9. Does anyone else need help?
Assist others with the help of a buoyant body and do not put yourself in danger! Because even a child can develop enormous forces in panic.