As you float, your weight presses down into the water; the water presses ...
phenomenon of apparently greater buoyancy — for some people — in deep
As a rule, fatter people float better. Everyone floats better in salt water, but not
everyone knows that. Mostly, though, there's a lot of head-talk about wa...
May 10, 2011 ... This is why heavy metal ships can float on the water—they're big ... But this
activity can also help explain why some animals—and people—are more
buoyant than others. ... Salt dissolved in the water makes it more dense.
Your lung capacity can also make a difference in how easy it is for you to stay on
top of the water. People with a higher lung capacity will float somewhat more ...
Aug 19, 2015 ... People do float, but this will depend on the individual person. .... mass on your
limbs and that in turns makes it more difficult to move them, then ...
I'm curious to know what it is about body composition that makes you float. Some
people have said oxygen in the blood while others say its body fat.
Jul 28, 2014 ... That makes my swimming endurance kind of poor. Is this a known issue for some
people or am I just making excuses? Anything I can do to get ...
People floating in the salt-saturated water of the Dead Sea. ... Changes to
physical make-up produce changes to the flotation experience, which could affect
May 23, 2010 ... Fat people float, muscular people barely float, and skinny people sink. ... people
don't float because of a low bf % then why do swimmers float?
Even if you've mastered other basic swimming techniques, if it's your first time
trying to float on your back, you should not only have a spotter, but make sure that