Stattmann, Dean
June 2009
Men's Fitness;Jun/Jul2009, Vol. 25 Issue 5, p36
The article presents information on aqua training. It involves water-based lifting, core conditioning, and cardio. It is stated to be offered at many fitness club with a pool. The flotation devices are used to create resistance below the water, resulting in a full-body, nonimpact workout that can be compared to the most difficult strength training. Aqua training is useful for increasing flexibility.


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