Atone stage in my life i went swimming many mornings in a Council pool that was heated in winter.
However this was many years ago, so my answer would have to be NO.
However next week I am starting to help a friend who needs exercise and will not go alone! Even though it is spring, it will still be cold.
I have a friend in sydney who goes most days of the year - Brrrr in the ocean too, and not a heated pool!
We go swimming every second day no matter what the season. It is beautiful and warm in the swimming pool and there are heaters everywhere, including in the change rooms. We don't swim outdoors, always in an indoor swimming pool. If you are inside exercising, you SHOULD e warm. We get very warm when we do water aerobics, and our body heat tends to heat the water around us. All the passageways are heated, so there is no chance of getting cold
Lluxi, I've only swam, paddled, in Hawaii, some other much smaller island of Hawaii, Guam, Fiji, Bora Bora, & Isle Of Pines. We're going on another south pacific cruise in February, so I'll try & get into the water again then! Last time on the Isle of Pines, I only got wet up to my ankles, this (next) time I'd like a bus tour around the island.
NO, & I don't even go swimming in summer, even though I can swim! I don't even use the swimming poo,s on the cruise ships, because I can't be bothered getting wet! I will get wet on a south pacific beach though, if on a south pacific cruise.
I have not done so for several years but I did a lot when I was younger. I loved swimming and if there was clean water that was swimmable I would swim no matter the weather. I swam in very cold water in New Zealand and got hyperthermia. I was shivering all day and was cold to touch. That was probably the last time I swam in the cold come to think of it.