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17 Aug 2016
Swimming is the sport or activity of propelling oneself through water using the limbs. Swimming is a competitive sport and is considered an all-around good exercise for people of all ages and fitness levels. A beginner would need to take time to become comfortable in water, before any serious swimming activity can begin. To become…
14 Aug 2016
Everyone gets hyped about getting the perfect summer body, but did you know you do not have to go through a lot of rigorous exercise to get it? There are a few alternative ways you can exercise and get your summer body right. Yoga Regular readers know we’re big on yoga at GL. Yoga is…
22 May 2016
An exercise physiologist, Mr. Ademola Ajayi, on Sunday said regular physical exercise has been proven to increase longevity and improve overall quality of life.
12 May 2016
Worried by the falling standard of swimming in Nigeria, newly appointed chairperson of FCT Swimming Association, Maryam Damisa, has picked lack of facilities and the absence of developmental programmes as the bane of the sport.
8 May 2016
Swimming is a leisure sport. During celebrations, people visit places, where they could engage in swimming, like beaches and pools. It is even more so for friends and families at festive seasons.

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