It helps you to feel energized and awake
If you have never gone for a swim in the morning because you feel too tired, then you should give it a try. A morning swim can energize you. It can also help you feel focused and alert.
You get your workout completed at the beginning of the day
When you get your workout done first thing in the morning, you don’t have to worry about things popping up later in the day that might keep you from getting your exercise routine completed. Translation? Your evenings are free to do whatever you please. Perhaps a luxurious spa is in order?
You can enjoy the tranquility of the early morning hour
One of the best things about working out in the early morning is the peaceful ambiance it offers. Imagine, too, watching a beautiful sunrise from your pool.
The Cons of Swimming in the Morning
The water might be cold
Because the sun has yet to heat up the water, it might be a bit too cold. This could lead to loss of muscle control. You need to approach cold water with caution.
You may experience reduced visibility
Low light and potential fog can reduce your ability to see well. Make sure you know your surroundings well.
Your body is not fully awake
At an early hour, you may not be as alert and limber as you would be later in the day. Before you engage in rigorous exercise in the pool, do a few stretches beforehand.