Like other forms of aerobic workouts, swimming pool exercises have benefits like helping you in losing weight, lowering blood sugar levels, reducing stress, lowering blood pressure, and so on. However, aqua aerobics has additional benefits over other forms of aerobic exercises. Since the buoyancy of water supports 90 percent of the body, practically anyone can do aquatic exercises, regardless of factors like fitness levels, obesity, age, and health conditions. For instance, swimming pool exercises is an ideal way to start for newbies just beginning an exercise program. It conditions all the major groups of muscles, as well as the lungs and heart. Plus, it is a gentler way of building cardio-respiratory and muscular endurance.
On the whole, aqua aerobics can be a fun way of working out, which the participants usually look forward to with enthusiasm and anticipation. Besides getting into better shape, due to the well-known therapeutic powers of water, aquatic exercises can be a form of relaxing and de-stressing.
Heel pain, Foot pain, Ankle pain, Knee pain, Hip pain, Spinal or Back pain that is aggravated by walking, running or other weight bearing exercises, can all benefit from the buoyancy of swimming or water exercise. Arthritis and Fibromyalgia are a few of the conditions for which aquatic exercise can be very beneficial. And stretching in water feels so much easier.
Fitness is a splash with Aqua Zumba, our invigorating, low-impact aquatic exercise classes. Known as the Zumba "pool party," Aqua Zumba gives new meaning to the idea of a refreshing workout. Integrating the Zumba philosophy with traditional aquatic fitness disciplines, Aqua Zumba classes blend it all together into a workout that's cardio-conditioning, body-toning and most of all, exhilarating beyond belief.
Who Can Do Aqua Exercises?
Almost everyone can! Water provides not only a suitable resistance, but also a safe environment. Because our bodies lose most of their weight in the water, we don’t have to worry about our joints while we jump and kick in the pool