Do you know that swimming is 20 taboos?

One: Eat garlic, leek, onion or drink white wine before swimming. The stench in your mouth can be sprayed on others’ faces at a distance of five meters.

Two: deliberately accelerate when being surpassed.

Three: self-reliance on good technology, speed and belittle, contempt for others.

Four: Non-sexual partners intentionally touch other people’s bodies. (Actions between sexual partners should also be performed in non-public places. )

Five: swim to the right but touch the right end wall and return to the original road to collide with the follower. (You should touch the middle of the end wall and turn in a V-shaped route.)

Six: self-reliance on many partners and loudly order others to give up the waterway.

Seven: self-reliance on the number of partners and yelling, (shouts often exceed 100 decibels) like entering nobody’s business. There is no need to use the volume used when talking at a distance of one meter from others.

Eight: Take a long rest in the water, (grabbing the end wall)

Nine: The man stared at PLMM for a long time without any implication. (Like a cat staring at cream)

Ten: When the dressing room is close to others, twisting the towel is not lower, splashing others all over.

Eleven: Singing loudly in the shower only cares about your throat.

Twelve: In the dressing room, when someone bends down and opens the iron cabinet door above him, he doesn’t remind others, or he doesn’t protect the lower part of the iron cabinet door with his hands, which causes him to bump his head when he gets up.

Thirteen: Step on the chair with your feet, even those with shoes on.

Fourteen: rub the mud or pinch your feet with your hands when you are resting by the pool.

Fifteen: when others touch the wall and turn around, they kick off the wall, causing them to swim side by side with others.

Sixteen: When crossing the lane, you don’t avoid the normal swimmer, and after swimming several times, the normal swimmer has to wait on the water.

Seventeen: Always set your own situation and compete with others. The purpose of non-professional sports fans is to improve their health and entertain their bodies and minds, and they do not have to prove anything. Just swim at your own speed and frequency)

Eighteen: Be a good teacher. If you have a little knowledge, you always want to teach others and correct them. (If you can tolerate other people’s incorrect technical actions, you can look elsewhere if you really don’t like them.)

Nineteen: Divide the swimmers into three, six and nine classes. Treat ordinary swimmers, poor swimmers, plain swimmers and junior swimmers with the same enthusiasm as those with big names, big money, PLMM and superb skills. Everyone who has a common hobby should be equal. )

Twenty: avoid not making progress and not insisting on swimming.