Research supports the positive impact of team sports on mental health and overall well-being. Just add water for a supercharged experience!
Dragon boating is a thrilling water sport where a team of paddlers work together to propel a long, narrow boat through the water. Originating from ancient Chinese traditions, it combines strength, coordination, and teamwork to glide smoothly across the water. This sport offers numerous health benefits, serving as a full-body workout that enhances cardiovascular fitness, muscle strength, and endurance.
Beyond the physical advantages, dragon boating fosters a sense of camaraderie and belonging within the team, promoting mental well-being and reducing stress. Its low-impact nature also makes it an ideal choice for people of various fitness levels, including veterans and those with mobility challenges.
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In collaboration with the Australian Dragon Boat Federation, Invictus Australia promotes the sport of dragon boating and the many benefits it provides. Including, serving as an effective low-impact cardio activity that not only improves physical fitness but also offers remarkable mental health benefits. Through the power of teamwork, participants experience reduced stress, enhanced sleep quality, and effective pain management. Moreover, the strong sense of community in dragon boating provides a unique camaraderie and a profound sense of belonging.
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“Dragon Boat provides many avenues for veterans and their families to get involved in a family-friendly environment. All members of our Defence community are welcome to participate, whether through competing as part of a unified team on the water or volunteering and being part of the ground crew. There are many ways to get involved and connect with these welcoming communities who are so passionate about their sport.”