hydrogymnastics

hydrogymnastics

 [hi″dro-jim-nas´tiks]
therapeutic exercise performed in water.
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hydrogymnastics

(hī″drō-jĭm-năs′tĭks)
A dated term for aquatic therapy.
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Effect of a hydrogymnastics program on the serum levels of high-sensitivity C-reactive protein amongst elderly women.
Effect of three months of periodized hydrogymnastics exercise program on urinary concentration of deoxypyridinoline in older women.
Submaximal functional capacity and respiratory muscle strength among elderly practitioners of hydrogymnastics and dance: a comparative study.
The Hydrogymnastics shows some advantages for this population group with the utilization of the water physical properties, enabling a better yield for the primarychildren, besides showing less risks(Galdi, et al., 2004).
The experimental group (EG) (10 primary children) trained 1 hour per day 2 times a week on Hydrogymnastics training for ten weeks.
Os descritores usados para a busca foram: water aerobics, hydrogymnastics, head-out aquatic exercises, physiological responses e suas respectivas combinacoes.
Blood pressure in hypertensive women after aerobics and hydrogymnastics sessions.
(13) observed a decrease in SBP of normotensive middle-aged women after a hydrogymnastic session of moderate intensity, suggesting that even at less vigorous intensities aquatic exercise also appears to be effective in reducing blood pressure levels.
Effects of 24 weeks of strength training or hydrogymnastics on bone mineral density in postmenopausal women.