Kyle Ginter: Open Water Swimming Safety Basics

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Kyle Ginter of Hopatcong, New Jersey, shares some safety basics for open water swimming: know the weather, current and the water temperature; be aware of any potential hazards in the area (like sharks and jellyfish); let someone know where you’re swimming; and practice with a friend.

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Open Water Swimming Safety Basics Kyle Ginter

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Kyle Ginter Kyle Ginter of Hopatcong New Jersey shares some safety basics for open water swimming: know the weather current and the water temperature be aware of any potential hazards in the area like sharks and jellyfish let someone know where you’re swimming and practice with a friend.

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Kyle Ginter: Open Water Swimming Tips Kyle Ginter of Hopatcong New Jersey shares his tips for open water swimming: be familiar with the area and the weather start slowly and at your own pace know your safety swimming strokes wear a wetsuit and swim with a partner.

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Kyle Ginter: Open Water Swimming Leadership professional and outdoor enthusiast Kyle Ginter enjoys the mental and physical challenges of open water swimming. He shares that rivers lakes and oceans offer wide-open spaces allowing you room to move freely and at your own pace

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Kyle Ginter: Freemasonry Charity Kyle Ginter of Hopatcong New Jersey is a freemason. He shares that philanthropy and charity are important values engrained in the core of their brotherhood. Kyle makes a difference by supporting nonprofit organizations and doing volunteer work whenever he can.

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Kyle Ginter: Benefits of Swimming in Open Water Kyle Ginter of Hopatcong New Jersey recommends open water swimming. Swimming in cold open water can help relieve stress and improve immune function. It’s also a great way to lose weight.

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Kyle Ginter: Swimming Safety Tips Leadership and management professional Kyle Ginter shares his safety tips when swimming: don’t mix alcohol and swimming skip the water when you have a cut or a wound to avoid infections keep kids safe by watching them closely and have children wear swim jackets.

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