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High-intensity, Low-impact

True or False: Can you get a high-intensity workout with a low-impact exercise? TRUE! But we only know of one way: Aquabike! Let's break this down. A high-intensity workout is like jogging or working out in a gym for an hour. Your muscles feel the strain and it can easily turn into pain for days… Continue reading High-intensity, Low-impact

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Pain & Gain?

Old Way of Thinking: Exercising has to be painful to get in shape. New Way of Thinking: Exercising has to be fun to get in shape! Which way of thinking works for you?  When it comes to getting in shape, PAIN should not be part of your exercise plan. Instead, replace that old idea with… Continue reading Pain & Gain?

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Waiting to be Motivated?

When it comes to exercising, many of us wait to be motivated to workout. Why? Well, frankly, exercising isn't fun. Right? Sweating, day-after aches and pains, and boring workouts... that kind of exercise is not fun. Little secret... if you don't think exercising is fun then you need to try AQUABIKE! With Aquabike, you will… Continue reading Waiting to be Motivated?

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Two Great Things About Aquabike

Aquabike is full of good news! Two of them are about burning calories and toning muscles. Burn Calories: Come discover this new way to exercise that combines biking, water, and cardio in a fun, high-energy but low-impact 45-minute class. It increases muscle work and calorie consumption per hour than other activities (up to 800 kcal/h… Continue reading Two Great Things About Aquabike

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Aquabike is Kind to Joints

How are your joints? Do they take a beating when you exercise? As we age, our joints tend to age faster than other parts of our body. Several factors contribute to this but when you combine them with exercise and normal, daily abuse, it can be hard to move without pain. That usually means that… Continue reading Aquabike is Kind to Joints

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High Impact Workouts After 65 Years

The effects of a high-impact exercise have pros and cons. Check them out in this article by a spine doctor. "How Does High-Intensity Workouts Affect the Body" by Dr. Michael Gleiber, MD, PA At Aquabike, we like a workout that is easy on the joints. While a high-impact workout has short-term benefits, the long-term ones… Continue reading High Impact Workouts After 65 Years

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How You’ll Feel After Aquabike

Exercise isn't always a good thing. Sure, it gets you in shape and keeps you in shape, but it can lead to aches and pains in the days after a good workout. However, that's not something you have to worry about with Aquabike. How you'll feel after an Aquabike workout is one of the best… Continue reading How You’ll Feel After Aquabike

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The Aquabike Advantage

5 ADVANTAGES OF TAKING AN AQUABIKE CLASS: Aquabike energizes your whole body! Every 45-minute class will wake up your muscles and leave you feeling invigorated. Aquabike reduces the signs of cellulite! By using the pool's water, every class massages your legs and breaks down those nasty dimples. A low-impact exercise in a high-intensity workout! The water's… Continue reading The Aquabike Advantage

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Joint Pain Relief

Are you dealing with joint pain? If so, Aquabike is a great way to protect your joints and still exercise your body---which is an important ingredient to be pain free. Check out the article below form Gaiam to see all the ways to reduce joint pain. Although, we like #6, especially where it says: 'However… Continue reading Joint Pain Relief