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AQUA SKILLS: HIGH INTENSITY SPLASH

By adapting HIIT to the dynamic aquatic environment, you can give your participants a superb workout that’s high in intensity yet low in impact. There’s a reason that high intensity interval training has been the industry trend of recent times: it’s very effective at igniting cardiovascular and metabolic benefits, including improvements to insulin sensitivity and.

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FLUID FOCUS: THE POWER OF MASME

By transferring elements of mindful practice to the warm water, you can help your clients profoundly reconnect to their physiological capacities and psycho-emotional selves. Many people observing a mindful aquatic slow movement exercise session, such as Aquabalance, would think; ‘This looks too relaxing to achieve any real benefits. Isn’t faster movement with intense effort far.

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AQUACISE YOUR PELVIC FLOOR

By breaking the silence around pelvic floor issues and instructing your aqua participants in suitable exercises, you can improve knowledge about, and function in, this often neglected area, write Dianne Edmonds and Marietta Mehanni. Many people who want to exercise without the implications of impact, joint stress, post-exercise muscle soreness and overheating issues choose to.

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SPLASHDANCE!

Marietta Mehanni and Dominic Gili discuss the benefits of combining simple choreography with popular music to entertain and challenge aqua fitness participants of all ages and abilities. Do you ever find yourself bopping to the beat while instructing a class? News flash: Don’t hold back! What your body is craving will often also be what.

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IN THE NAME OF PROGRESS – AQUA AEROBIC PROGRESSIONS

By providing three progressions of each exercise you instruct, you can challenge experienced participants while also catering for those new to the aqua environment and those seeking a less intense workout, says Kayla Duke. In today’s diverse group exercise marketplace aqua aerobics instructors need to be increasingly creative in order to keep participants interested and.

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TRAIN THE BODY, TRAIN THE BRAIN

A long and fulfilling life is partly dependent on achieving optimal function of both body and brain. With the use of innovative training methods, aqua fitness classes can deliver workouts for both, says Dominic Gili. The goal of every aqua fitness class is to strengthen the body, improve performance and encourage social activity. But is.

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“I HEAR WHAT YOU’RE SAYING!” – MANAGING TALKERS IN CLASS

The splashing of water, the beat of the music, the endless chattering of participants… Not every sound in an aqua class is a welcome one, but by managing rather than eradicating talking in class, you can foster a healthy atmosphere for body and mind says Dominic Gili. Humans are social animals. Social contact is instinctive.

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DEEP TO THE CORE – SINGLE DUMBBELL, MULTIPLE BENEFITS

By combining the instability of single dumbbell workout with the core-activating effects of the deep water environment you can deliver a truly challenging and engaging class, writes Marietta Mehanni. What a wonderful feeling it is to be weightless and suspended, literally floating in liquid. No other conventional form of group exercise or fitness program comes.

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THE POOL AS THE NEW GYM

Water workouts have gone high-performance: more resistance with less risk. SAY “water workouts” and this is the image that usually comes to mind: members of an aquarobics class, all of them 70-plus, performing mild pec flies, bicep curls and other dumbbell-type movements as they walk leisurely around the pool. But here, at Frog’s Fitness in Spring.

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MEN AT OMAHA GYM FIND BENEFITS OF WATER AEROBICS AREN’T JUST FOR WOMEN

The air in the aquatic center at Prairie Life Fitness is hot and thick. The pool is a more comfortable 83 degrees. But the men exercising in the pool are not comfortable. The water hides their sweat. These men are bucking a trend. Women are six times more likely than men to join group exercise.

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