Below are some points to help you improve your lung capacity while swimming:
- You may hold your breath for long time or
Blowing out air too quickly will force you to take another breath even if you do not intend to. When you do a no breather, ensure that you kick lightly. The lighter the kick, the easier the no- breather.
With each repetition of the set you practice, you will start feeling better at it. When you practice this regularly, you will be surprised at how good your lungs feel.