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Swim For Your Health

It’s February and those resolutions from last month should be in full swing. If you need a little boost to keep you on track, February is a big month for health initiatives. It’s American Heart Month, as well as National Cancer Prevention Month. What does that have to do with See Her Swim? Keep reading! American Heart Month was started in the 1960s to encourage people to focus on their cardiovascular health. Today, heart disease

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How To: Get through the winter

It can be a challenge to keep up your exercise routine in the winter, especially if you swim in an outdoor pool. It’s cold and dark outside, and your couch has never looked more comfortable.  Well, stop listening to that voice in your head that “doesn’t want to.” Here are some tips and tricks to help you stay motivated even when the temperature drops.  Set yourself up for success If you’re an early-morning swimmer, lay

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Looking Ahead: Thoughts on the New Year

January is a popular time to do a bit of self-reflection and set a couple goals for the year ahead. See Her Swim founder Morgan Filler has some big plans for 2024, starting with doubling the amount of sales from last year, expanding into more brick and mortar stores and online shops, and partnering with other outdoor apparel brands. If that’s not enough, See Her Swim has got a new suit in the works! See

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Why Swimming Helps to Balance My Daily Self

I can get so wrapped up in the external space that I’m at, it starts to feel like white noise- so much happening around and it all becomes a cloud of non-specifics. This reminds me of the zone in swimming when I can go and go and time stands still yet my body performs during a practice or a race. So in life, I find that I am most successful if I can can keep

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A Movie about Marathon Swimming- “NYAD”

Have you seen the movie, Nyad on Netflix?  We are thrilled that the movie is out and shares an incredible story about a woman marathon swimmer.  Marathon swimming is defined as any race over 16miles. There is one exception in recent times, when for the 2008 Olympics, it became an new event and the distance is 6 miles. The Olympics wanted a spectator friendly distance, and the race lasts for about 2 hours or less. 

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Exciting News: Our Website Just Got a Makeover!

Our New Website We’re thrilled to announce that after months of hard work and dedication, our new and improved website is now live! Our primary goal with this redesign was to create a more user-friendly and visually appealing experience for our valued customers like you. What’s New? We’ve given our website a fresh and modern look that aligns with our brand’s vision. Whether you’re on a desktop, tablet, or smartphone, our site will look and

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