If you looking for exercises that are easy to move the joints, good for the heart and major muscle tissue you can try water aerobics are great fun. This exercise also allows you to do so despite being under the weather is hot though.
Water Aerobics are usually done in the pool has a depth extent of the chest with a water temperature of 82 degrees F to 86 degrees F. The focus of this exercise is cardiovascular fitness, but the usual practice with the accompaniment of music can also help you improve strength, flexibility and balance. The trick is quite easy for an instructor will teach you the basic steps, and for those who can not swim, do not worry because this sport does not require movement because the legs will stand swimming pool grounded.
This exercise will be very well done to you that has begun to age, pregnant, those who suffer from arthritis or back pain. Push the drift motion of water can reduce the pressure of your weight. Because it is done in water, the possible risk of injury, hurt, pain or stiffness can be reduced.
Typically, water sports done for 40-50 minutes in both indoor and outdoor pool. Just like the other through a new exercise program, you should consult with your doctor first before you start. During this exercise takes place, your instructor will provide kickboards, water or foam barbells selindris to help you float or increase your endurance in the water. If the pool is included in, you will be given the tools that you can float remained standing.
You will begin to warm up for five minutes in or out of water after which it will proceed with the movement of the knee raised, jumping jacks, kicks or running in water. Some people add a circuit training or kick boxing in water aerobics exercises them. This session will end with a cool down for about five minutes.
Some people often wear special shoes in the water during water aerobics classes because of the use of specially designed footwear, will prevent you from slipping and protect your angkle. In addition, water shoes to protect you from the pool surface that may not be as smooth as it seems.