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read Leap In: A Woman, Some Waves and the Will to Swim doc Ò A Woman Some Waves and the Will to Swim Ö [Ebook] ➦ Leap In: A Woman, Some Waves and the Will to Swim Author Alexandra Heminsley – Goproled.co.uk It may have been because she could run It may have been becaIt may have been because she could run It may have been because she wanted to swim or perhaps because she only ever did 10 minutes of breaststroke at a time But as she learned one day while flailing around in the sea she really couldn'tBelieving that a life lived fully isn't one with the most money earned the most stuff bought or the most races won but one with the most experiences experienced the most fully she decided to conuer her fear of the waterFrom the ignominy of getting into a wetsuit to the triumph of swimming from Kefalonia to Ithaca in becoming a swimmer Alexandra learns to appreciate her body and still her mind As it turns out the water is never as frightening once you're in and really everything is better when you remember to exhale This book was absolutely amazing for me It was funny very informative and written in such an excellent way that I just had to continue reading it and will not be lending it out to anyone as it is now my 'reference book' I chuckled at so many parts of the book and agreed whole heartedly with Alexandra's take on Pull Buoys instead being pool boys as I'd teased my husband about already before reading the book It has inspired me to carry on trying to improve my front crawl and also encouraged me to find some cold water swimming near where I live I send my heart felt commiserations about the sad parts of the book I highly recommend this book to all swimmers

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It may have been because she could run It may have been because she wanted to swim or perhaps because she only ever did 10 minutes of breaststroke at a time But as she learned one day while flailing around in the sea she really couldn'tBelieving that a life lived fully isn't one with the most money earned the most stuff bought or the most races won but one with the most experiences experienced the most fully she decided to conuer her fear of the waterFrom the ignominy of getting into a wetsuit to the triumph of swimming from Kefalonia to Ithaca in becoming a swimmer Alexandra learns to appreciate her body and still her mind As it turns out the water is never as frightening once you're in and really everything is better when you remember to exhal Very warm and moments where I laughed out load getting into the wetsuit being one of them One of the things I loved about it was the honest in how difficult it can be to learn new things but the benefits in overcoming fearsAn honest and inspiring account of learning to swim and tackling the open waters it made me want to swim in places and try new types of water

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Leap In A Woman Some Waves and the Will to SwimE It may have been because she could run It may have been because she wanted to swim or perhaps because she only ever did 10 minutes of breaststroke at a time But as she learned one day while flailing around in the sea she really couldn'tBelieving that a life lived fully isn't one with the most money earned the most stuff bought or the most races won but one with the most experiences experienced the most fully she decided to conuer her fear of the waterFrom the ignominy of getting into a wetsuit to the triumph of swimming from Kefalonia to Ithaca in becoming a swimmer Alexandra learns to appreciate her body and still her mind As it turns out the water is never as frightening once you're in and really everything is better when you remember to exha I found this book very enjoyable to read probabky because it echoed many of my reservations when I was persuading myself to return to swimming properly after taking a wee break of about 20yrs and auiring many of the same phobias I had about the water when I fitst started smiwwing My persuasiin period took than 3yrs time I now view as totally lost in heading to my monkey brain as I redescovered the joy and meditation in swiming The book is tailored to the female audience If swimming always intrigued and scared you in eual measure this is the one book to read