By now you’ve probably heard about the bikini craze that’s sweeping the nation.
It started in the mid-2000s, and now swimmers are everywhere: at the beach, in public, and at home.
And yes, swimmers have a swagger and a style.
But there’s one key difference: You’re not swimming naked.
You’re wearing swimsuits.
They’re not just any swimsuits; they’re swimtoy swimsuits designed to give you a little extra edge on your swim.
And they’re totally safe.
Swimming is safe because it’s not the norm.
It’s not going to get you hurt.
And while we’re on the subject, you’re not going live forever if you don’t take advantage of all the safety features in your swimwear.
Here are 10 safety tips for the swimmers you love.1.
Keep it simple.
Swimsuits are designed to look great, but they’re not the most comfortable swimsuits ever.
So don’t buy one that has a lot of pockets.
They won’t fit and they’ll likely make you look fat.2.
It might be the case that the best-dressed swimmer is actually the one with the most confidence in their swimsuit.
A shirt with a little pocket or shoulder pocket can make the wearer look super confident.3.
Wear the right size.
Don’t forget to wear a size that fits well and stays on.
When you put on your favorite swimsuit, the size should match your figure.4.
Keep your clothes dry.
The more comfortable your swimsuit is, the better the chance you’ll have a great time.5.
You can wear a swimsuit with one of your favorite swimming activities (or swim a couple of laps), but if you’re going to wear it on a regular basis, you need to wear one that’s water-proof.
And wear a long-sleeve shirt that will keep you dry.6.
Keep the water clean.
You want to keep the water away from your skin so that it doesn’t become a problem during the swimming session.7.
Keep things fresh.
When your favorite beach swimsuit arrives, keep it fresh by keeping it dry.
You might not be able to wear your swimmer’s favorite swimsuits out to the pool, but if your favorite is waterproof and comfortable, you’ll be able wear it anywhere.8.
Keep a clean towel handy.
A towel will keep your swimsuits dry, and it’s easier to clean them in a wash cycle than it is to wash them in the sink.9.
Wash your hands thoroughly.
You won’t have to worry about accidentally getting your hands wet while swimming, but a damp towel will help you avoid the dreaded sting of getting your fingers wet.10.
Keep an eye on your health.
If you have any medical conditions that make swimming unsafe, be sure to get tested for them before you wear a new swimsuit and before you leave the pool.