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Old 15 July 2017, 01:00 AM
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I like to wade in large natural bodies of water (oceans, the Great Lakes, Lake Washington, etc.), but I'm happy with a pool.
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Old 15 July 2017, 01:59 AM
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Originally Posted by Beachlife! View Post
I recently saw a new study where they found out rip tides go in a oval pattern. It advised allowing the rip tide to take you because it will usually return you to shore on its own. It said that many swimmers exhaust themselves unnecessarily swimming parallel to shore.
I have heard that to.
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