What is it?
It’s a great way to loose weight without breaking a sweat. And it makes toning those trouble spots much easier.
What’s in it for me?
- The potential to burn 400 calories an hour
- Stronger muscles
- Better balance and range of motion
- A healthier heart
- Higher metabolism
What should I wear or bring to class?
- A swimsuit that doesn’t creep
- Aqua shoes, although they aren’t necessary. Shoes add more resistance to your workout, however.
- A towel
- Goggles, if you need them.
How fit should I be?
Hydro Fitness is considered a low-impact exercise because water workouts make you feel at least 90 percent lighter. That makes it ideal for expecting mothers, folks bothered by chronic arthritis and back problems, or foot, leg and knee injuries.
How often should I take a class?
There’s no set rule; let your body your guide. If you run, power walk or cycle you can spend less time in the water. But if you feel up to doing an hour or more a day and don’t have any medical conditions, go for it.
Can I attend classes while pregnant?
Yes, as long as it’s OK with your doctor. Please contact us for details regarding required modifications for the safety of both you and your baby.