How do you tell the difference between a low-impact and a high-impact exercise? Well, high-impact is the one where you are on dry land, jumping, kicking, pounding, hitting, rolling and lifting weights. Your body feels every jolt and stress, and you're in pain the next day. With a low-impact exercise, you work just as hard,… Continue reading Aquabike Premium Workout
Can you ride a bike? Aquabike is even EASIER than riding a bike because you only have to know how to pedal a bike. Since the bike is in a pool, you don't need to know how to steer or balance on a bike. Anyone can do it! You just have to reach the pedals. … Continue reading Easy-Peasy Way to Exercise
Great Daily Mail article about all the popular water exercises in the United Kingdom, along with a detailed explanation of WHY WATER EXERCISING is better than working out the traditional way --- with the full force of gravity. Check out the low impact benefits of a water workout, because you can get all those benefits… Continue reading Water Exercise Benefits
The Mayo Clinic shared 5 tips to get the most out of your workout, based on what you eat before, during and after exercising. Check it out and be better prepared the next time you work out. Eating and Exercise: 5 Tips to Maximize Your Workouts by Mayo Clinic Staff Image licensed through iStock/Sudowoodo.
From your head to your toes, Aquabike engages your mind with a fun, high-energy workout that targets all parts of your body. Cardio works your heart during the 45-minute class. Pedaling on the bike, with adjustable resistance, works all your leg muscles while still taking it easy on your knees. A variety of arm and… Continue reading Why Aquabike is a Full Body Workout?
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A random phone call interview conducted by the Center for Disease and Control revealed that roughly 20% of Americans exercise regularly. They used the U.S. Government’s standards of needing 2.5 hours of moderate aerobic exercise a week, with some muscle training. That means 80% of Americans don’t exercise enough, if at all. (Facts were reported… Continue reading Is Exercising Too Hard?
Some people believe that working out is good for your heart but bad for your joints. Truth: Exercise is good for your heart. Myth: Exercise is bad for your joints. Reality: Joints deteriorate naturally with age and a sedentary lifestyle. Truth: Low-impact exercise is easier on joints, as you age. According to Harvard University, several… Continue reading Workout Myth
As we age, getting in shape and staying in shape becomes a harder task, because as the saying goes, “We are only as strong as our weakest link.” Joints, tendons, ligaments and muscles—whether unused or overworked—can turn into weak links, resulting in an injury that puts your exercise plans on the bench. Low-impact exercise limits… Continue reading Why Try Low-Impact Exercise