Water Fitness

 

ALL AQUATIC FITNESS CLASSES ARE 

FREE FOR Y MEMBERS

  

LOWER IMPACT, LOWER INTENSITY CLASSES:

AQUA FITNESS: (Therapy Pool)
Cardiovascular fitness, strength and flexibility will be challenged with exercises designed to ease demands of everyday living. Low to moderately high fitness levels are accommodated.

JOINT MOVEMENT: (Therapy Pool)
(ARTHRITIS FOUNDATION AQUATIC EXERCISE)

An aquatic program designed to boost confidence and increase social interactions, as well as generally improve physical and mental well-being. This gentle, warm water exercise class is for people of all ages who suffer from arthritis, muscular and joint discomfort, or coming from a hip or knee injury.

YOGA STRETCH: (Catch Pool)
Combine the gentle stretch of yoga with the freedom and buoyancy of the aquatic environment.

 

HIGHER IMPACT, HIGHER INTENSITY CLASSES:

AQUA BOOT CAMP: (Competitive Pool)
For the very intense exerciser. This class combines circuits, speed, power drills and plyometrics.

AQUA CHALLENGE: (Competitive Pool)
Improve cardiovascular fitness and total body strength! This class will incorporate
a variety of formats, including intervals, boot camp, cardio blast and more! The
class can accommodate moderate to high fitness levels.

AQUA ZUMBA: (Competitive Pool)
The party’s in the pool! Join us for this exhilarating aqua dance set to spicy Latin music. This class is for everyone!

RIVER CHALLENGE: (Lazy River)
30 minutes of high-intensity strength and cardiovascular training, enhanced by the water current in the lazy river. Use as a stand-alone class or an add-on.

 

Click HERE for the Summer Aquatic Fitness Schedule


BENEFITS OF
WATER EXERCISE

  • Water has 12 times the resistance of air. Build strength by moving water.
  • Reduce impact on joints by up to 90%.
  • No swimming skills required.
  • Improve mood and decrease anxiety.
  • Burn calories in a comfortable environment.

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