There are several equipments and apparatus commercially available for head-out aquatic exercise
2013) Energy expenditure, cardiorespiratory and perceptual responses to shallowwater aquatic exercise
in young adult women.
A reasonably sized, attractive pool makes aquatic exercise
tempting, while a huge fitness room with multiples of each machine means you're unlikely to stand in line waiting to exercise.
Association, A resource Manual For Aquatic Fitness Professionals.
HYDRO-FIT and AquaJogger essentially created the deep water aerobics industry in the mid-1980s by inventing the gear that makes it possible, said Mark Grevelding, spokesman for the Aquatic Exercise
Association, a nonprofit trade group based in Florida.
These include a tiled swimming pool with jet swim system for aquatic exercise
and a leisure room complete with sunken spa bath.
Safe forms of aerobic exercise include walking, aerobic dance, aquatic exercise
, bicycling or exercising on equipment such as stationary bikes, treadmills or elliptical trainers.
After a review of physiological responses to immersion and aquatic exercise
, the book describes the history and treatment implementations of several current theories, within a regional and system approach, using case studies.
Group aquatic exercise
can be motivating and socially stimulating.
Bartels et al (2007), in their Cochrane review, concluded that while aquatic exercise
provided short-term beneficial effects for people with hip or knee osteoarthritis, the longer term benefits had not been investigated.
Regulars from aquatic exercise
classes across Birmingham took part in a workout at Beeches Swimming Pool, Great Barr, in aid of Cancer Research UK.
If we bring in aquatic exercise
or sports, anything that happens in the water requires more than four times the effort than it would on land, yet it spares serious wear-and-tear on the body because of the gravity-free environment water provides.