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The sun is out and it’s time to get out in the sun.
But first you need to get yourself in shape.
Here are 10 tips for swimming in the hot summer sun.
Get ready to sweatIt’s not the cold, it’s the sun!
The hotter you get the hotter it gets.
If you’re not getting enough shade, your skin is going to get hotter.
The sun’s heat can also increase your skin’s sensitivity to the sun, causing more skin irritation and more skin damage.
But if you’re a regular swimmers, you can reduce the damage by going for a long swim.
This is especially important if you swim in a warm climate, like the Caribbean, where the sun can be even hotter.
Wash your handsIf you’re swimming in a hot environment, you’ll need to wash your hands after you get into the water.
The result is that your skin will become more irritated and you’ll also have more skin on your face and neck, which is where the skin damage is most likely to occur.
If your hands don’t get sweaty, it means you’re getting the most benefit from swimming in this environment.
Go coldSwimming at the coldest temperature possible is crucial.
You need to make sure your body temperature stays between 70 and 95 degrees Celsius (122 and 185 degrees Fahrenheit).
You can do this by going cold.
A cold swim is just swimming with your legs wrapped around the water, and the body is submerged.
This will allow the cold water to freeze your body, reducing the heat you get when you swim.
Swimming in a cold environment, however, also means that you have to be careful about getting too cold.
If the water is too cold for your skin, you may feel a chill, and if your skin starts to burn, it may also burn, and you may get more skin infections.
Swimming in cold conditions, such as cold or high altitudes, also can lead to skin damage, especially if you get too hot.
Swimmers can get this by sweating during a cold swim.
But remember, you need at least 10 minutes of exercise a day to keep your body cool.
Bring waterIf you want to keep swimming in cool conditions, you will want to bring some water with you.
You can get some water from the pool or a cooler.
The cooler water will be cooler and therefore, it will have less heat.
It’s important to keep the water around the pool, though, so you can keep your skin cool, and your body comfortable.
Go with a groupSwimming with friends or family can be fun.
Swimmer friends can help keep you hydrated and keep your muscles warm and active.
But don’t forget to bring a towel, and bring some sunscreen to protect your skin.
Make sure your gear is packedSwimming without a swimsuit or swimwear can be dangerous, and can result in skin irritation.
The best way to protect yourself is to keep swimsuits and swimwear packed tightly, in a way that makes them more difficult to get lost in.
If something gets wet, it could be a hazard to you or others.
If someone catches you without a protective vest, you could get skin infections and become ill.
If a swimmer has trouble getting out of the water safely, you might need to take some swimmers to the beach, where you can get help.
Know how to keep coolSwimming is not the same as getting wet.
While you’re in the water there’s a lot of pressure and pressure can cause you to lose skin.
If this happens, you should get out of there as soon as possible.
And if you have skin problems, get tested to make certain you’re protected.
Go at your own paceSwimmers tend to swim more slowly than other people, so if you start to get too tired, go slowly.
If it gets too hot for you, you don’t want to swim too fast.
If, however it gets hot enough for you to sweat, swim quickly and get out before it gets even hotter again.
If things get too wet for you or your partner, you have a better chance of not being hurt.
Keep your distanceWhen you’re out and about, keep your distance from others, but don’t be too shy.
If there’s something in the way, you better be ready to fight it off.
And don’t make eye contact.
The only way to avoid being hurt or attacked is to fight back.
Stay safeWhen you swim, you’re taking on a huge amount of pressure, and there’s nothing to hide behind.
If anything does get in your way, get away from the water as quickly as you can, and stay calm.
If that doesn’t work, call your local police to report what happened.
If you or anyone you know needs help, call the Samaritans 24-hour crisis line at