Water Fitness Routines and Instruction

Water fitness routines provide a lower impact way to get a full body workout. Any instructor with a water aerobics certification can help guide you through water fitness instruction to help you get the most out of your routine.

Personal trainer strength conditioning routines can be performed safely and effectively in the water to increase personal fitness without putting any extra strain on the joints. Common routines vary depending on personal goals that are set by your instructor who is certified as a personal trainer. Whether you decide to work on weight loss, endurance training, or strength training, water fitness routines and instruction can help you reach your fitness goals.

If you are a runner and are prone to injury, having a water fitness routine that is designed for your sport can help you train safely. Running in the water and jumping jacks are both easy routines to perform that can help you if you want to know how to increase speed and agility. Quickness and plyometric exercises such as jumping lunges can also be performed in the water to lessen the risk of injury.

If you want to increase strength and tone up, you can do a variety of exercises in the water to help you achieve those goals. You can use a noodle to do plank holds in the water. You can also use a step in the pool to do the same move. Both options engage the core muscles to hold up and stabilize the body. You can do leg lifts in a pool and use the water as resistance to build muscle and tone up. You can even work the upper body in a pool. You can use a ball to push down and hold to work your tricep muscles. You can perform punches under the water and use the resistance from the water to tone the entire arms. You can even use pool weights to help improve lean muscles mass.

Whichever routine you choose to work with, consistency will help you achieve your goals faster. Try a water fitness class or contact a personal trainer who has a certificate in water fitness to help give you tips, watch your form, or to help add modifications to challenge yourself further.

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