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  Swinging is fun.

Almost everyone enjoys swinging, no matter your age or ability. 

When you’re a child, there is no greater feeling in the world than flying through the air on a swing. The breeze against your face and the thrill of being airborne are a cherished part of childhood.  Swinging is more than just free entertainment — although that’s a huge benefit too! It’s also an excellent way for children and adults to get the exercise their bodies and their brains need.

No matter how you do it, swinging can help both your physical and mental health. But perhaps the most important aspect of going for a good swing, is that it is loads of fun, no matter your age. So, get swinging!

What kids — and many parents — don’t realize is that swinging has several physical benefits that can help them grow and develop.

PHYSICAL BENEFITS OF SWINGING

  • Body Awareness

One physical benefit of swinging is improved body awareness, Because swinging is a back-and-forth motion, your body is constantly adjusting its understanding of where it’s positioned, allowing your brain to process and practice understanding how to hold your body in position as gravity pushes and pulls it.

  •  Motor Skills and Coordination

Swinging helps to develop coordination because swinging requires children to engage multiple muscle groups at once. They must engage their abdominal muscles to stay upright in the center of the swing, and they must use their legs to keep the swing moving. Their arms are also engaged as they hold onto the ropes or chains holding the swing to its frame.

  • Stress Relief

Chances are, most of your swinging memories are positive. It is very difficult to be stressed or upset when swinging. Overall, it is a very simple and relaxing activity, with its rhythmic motion and soft fresh air.

  • Exercise

 Swinging can burn up to 200 calories an hour. The constant moving of your body as you “pump” to keep the swing in motion can give you quite a workout.

ABOUT SWING:

"a seat suspended by a rope or chains for swinging to and fro on for pleasure.”

Swings are a lot more than just a board suspended by a couple of ropes, however, swings have physical, developmental, and therapeutic benefits for kids and adults.

 But mainly, swings are fun! So here is a random collection of fun swing facts;

  1. Ancient greek sculptures and art from as far back as 1400 B.C. feature images of people on swings.
  2. Charles Wicksteed is considered the inventor of the modern day swing.

  3. Swings exist in cultures around the world, and they are featured in historic art from places as far flung as Japan and Europe.
  4. New Zealand’s Nevis swing is one of the most famous swings in the world and was the world’s largest swing with a 300 meter arc, but a new swing at Longgang National Geopark in Yunyang China now claims the title of biggest and fastest swing. It also wins for “prettiest swing that is also completely terrifying” as it is suspended from a lovely rainbow colored arch that is 108 meters high.
  5. The world’s tallest swing ride (think of the rides where swings are suspended from a rotating carousel) opened at Bollywood Parks Dubai in February. On the Bollywood Skyflyer swings are suspended from a tower that rises 460 feet above the ground. Definitely not the ride you might remember from state fairs and other midway carnival rides.
  6. There is a swing called the “Terror-Dactyl” that sits on the edge of a 200 foot cliff at Cave of the Winds Mountain Park in Manitou Springs, Colorado. The name alone pretty much seals the deal on whether we plan on visiting Manitou Springs anytime soon.
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Rope Swings

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Features
  • 1. The swing is made out of 100% cotton rope and Red cedar wood
  • 2. It can be hung both indoors and outdoors. Preferred to keep the swing without getting wet and direct sunlight.
  • 3. It is the most suitable natural material to use when you want to relax, read or sit
  • 4. The rope is thick and strong, it won’t break easily. The durability of the rope swing is higher compare to the plastic swing.
  • 5. Increased attention span and Better moods.
  • 6. Best Stress relief both for kids and adults.
  • 7. It holds up to 140 kg
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  Swinging is fun.

Almost everyone enjoys swinging, no matter your age or ability. 

When you’re a child, there is no greater feeling in the world than flying through the air on a swing. The breeze against your face and the thrill of being airborne are a cherished part of childhood.  Swinging is more than just free entertainment — although that’s a huge benefit too! It’s also an excellent way for children and adults to get the exercise their bodies and their brains need.

No matter how you do it, swinging can help both your physical and mental health. But perhaps the most important aspect of going for a good swing, is that it is loads of fun, no matter your age. So, get swinging!

What kids — and many parents — don’t realize is that swinging has several physical benefits that can help them grow and develop.

PHYSICAL BENEFITS OF SWINGING

  • Body Awareness

One physical benefit of swinging is improved body awareness, Because swinging is a back-and-forth motion, your body is constantly adjusting its understanding of where it’s positioned, allowing your brain to process and practice understanding how to hold your body in position as gravity pushes and pulls it.

  •  Motor Skills and Coordination

Swinging helps to develop coordination because swinging requires children to engage multiple muscle groups at once. They must engage their abdominal muscles to stay upright in the center of the swing, and they must use their legs to keep the swing moving. Their arms are also engaged as they hold onto the ropes or chains holding the swing to its frame.

  • Stress Relief

Chances are, most of your swinging memories are positive. It is very difficult to be stressed or upset when swinging. Overall, it is a very simple and relaxing activity, with its rhythmic motion and soft fresh air.

  • Exercise

 Swinging can burn up to 200 calories an hour. The constant moving of your body as you “pump” to keep the swing in motion can give you quite a workout.

ABOUT SWING:

"a seat suspended by a rope or chains for swinging to and fro on for pleasure.”

Swings are a lot more than just a board suspended by a couple of ropes, however, swings have physical, developmental, and therapeutic benefits for kids and adults.

 But mainly, swings are fun! So here is a random collection of fun swing facts;

  1. Ancient greek sculptures and art from as far back as 1400 B.C. feature images of people on swings.
  2. Charles Wicksteed is considered the inventor of the modern day swing.

  3. Swings exist in cultures around the world, and they are featured in historic art from places as far flung as Japan and Europe.
  4. New Zealand’s Nevis swing is one of the most famous swings in the world and was the world’s largest swing with a 300 meter arc, but a new swing at Longgang National Geopark in Yunyang China now claims the title of biggest and fastest swing. It also wins for “prettiest swing that is also completely terrifying” as it is suspended from a lovely rainbow colored arch that is 108 meters high.
  5. The world’s tallest swing ride (think of the rides where swings are suspended from a rotating carousel) opened at Bollywood Parks Dubai in February. On the Bollywood Skyflyer swings are suspended from a tower that rises 460 feet above the ground. Definitely not the ride you might remember from state fairs and other midway carnival rides.
  6. There is a swing called the “Terror-Dactyl” that sits on the edge of a 200 foot cliff at Cave of the Winds Mountain Park in Manitou Springs, Colorado. The name alone pretty much seals the deal on whether we plan on visiting Manitou Springs anytime soon.

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