We want to make this simple for you, so below are the 5 WAYS that Aquabike is the Best Way to Get in Shape! Low-Impact - the water cushions your body, so you can get in shape without damaging your joints, knees or any of those areas that keep you from doing a gym workout.… Continue reading 5 Ways Aquabike is the Best
The facts: Cellulite is common and you can fight it! The best way to fight the signs of cellulite -- those little 'orange peel' kind of dimples that can appear on your stomach, derriere or thighs -- is with a 3-part plan, according to WedMD. It consists of a healthy diet, brisk exercise along with… Continue reading The Cellulite Fight
Smart women like Aquabike! At its core, Aquabike is something that anyone, at any fitness level, can try and improve their overall fitness. Why? Because Aquabike does what other workouts cannot. It is gentle on the joints, cushions the body with pool water and massages the legs -- which reduces the signs of cellulite. Try… Continue reading What Kind of Women Like Aquabike?
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
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?
Check out this article for a firsthand account of an Aquabike-type of class in New York City. It's set up a little differently than a Las Vegas class but explains how cycling in water is a great workout. "I Went to an Underwater Cycling Class. Here's Why It's About to be Your New Favorite Workout"… Continue reading New Favorite Workout
At Aquabike, you'll hear us talk a lot about high-impact workouts versus low-impact workouts. High-impact exercises mean both of your feet are off the ground at the same time, and with low-impact at least one foot is still on the ground. Just so we're all on the same page, let's break it down by different… Continue reading High-Impact vs. Low-Impact