A New Wave of Aquatics Products

March 2007
Fitness Management;Mar2007, Vol. 23 Issue 3, p68
The article discusses the importance of aquatics in a fitness center. It states that swimming pools are valuable tool for meeting the exercise needs of special populations. Several aquatic products introduced include lifts to help get people in and out of the water, buoyant resistance equipment and specialized race training accessories. It cites that aquatics programming are integral in attracting overweight and older people to exercise and meet their unique needs.


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