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Unless you have your own private pool, you’d probably be sharing a communal swimming facility either at your condo or a swim centre. Swimming with strangers can be both intimidating and frustrating, but it doesn’t always have to be that way.
Learning proper pool etiquette and applying some social consciousness can help make for a better and safer swimming experience.
Make a habit of these 3 etiquette to have at swimming pools:
Don’t Crowd The Ends
If you need to take a break, either move to the side or leave the pool. Lingering at the ends will only frustrate other swimmers as they have to stop halfway and start again at awkward points in the lane. Most swimmers would appreciate if you make way for them to do proper turns at the ends.
Enter With Caution
You wouldn’t like it if someone surprises you with a cannonball an inch away from your face, right? Look out for people who might be headed your way before diving in to avoid accidents and annoying splashes. It’s simple - don’t do to others what you don’t want done to yourself.
Be Polite In Lanes
Crowded lanes can be a nightmare. It’s actually easier to imagine them as ‘driving lanes’. If you’re slow, swim on the slow side and give way to faster swimmers. Signal if you need to ‘overtake’ with a simple tap on the other’s foot. Lookout for ‘incoming’ swimmers before pushing off at the ends to avoid collisions.
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