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45-Minute Pool Workout

If you haven't given water workouts a try, I've got news for you: you're missing out on one of the best low-impact workouts you can do! Swimming and water aerobics are the ideal way to get your heart rate up while being easy on your joints. The buoyancy of water lessens the pull of gravity, making you feel lighter and more balanced, while also reducing the impact on your knees. (This also makes the same moves that would be difficult to do on land feel easier in the pool.) This water workout will help you burn calories and build strength at the same time by combining high intensity cardio moves with plyometric exercises.

It's Low Impact...

It's not just senior citizens that benefit from the low-impact option water workouts provide; whether you suffer from joint pain, you're just getting back into exercise after some time off, or you simply want a lower-impact form of exercise to offset some higher-impact activities you do (running, HIIT workouts), water workouts are perfect for you.

But Offers Added Resistance...

Still, don't confuse low-impact with low intensity; the water acts as natural resistance for each of your moves. Resistance in water can be anywhere from 4 to 42 times greater than on land, making a pool or body of water a natural weight training machine! Unlike machines, though, water provides resistance to movement in any direction.

Burns Mega Calories

Because of the added resistance in the water, you're actually working harder than you would on land to complete the same movement, even if it doesn't feel like that. Water exercise can effectively burn more calories than land exercise when doing the same movements. (Walking, for example). Plus, water workouts combine strength movements with cardio, and we all know that when your workout combines cardio and strength it's more effective at helping you lose weight.

Makes You More Flexible

The way your body moves through water, when paired with the resistance it provides, naturally stretches out your muscles. Whether you're not naturally flexible or you have a limited range of motion due to a recent injury, arthritis, or other conditions, water workouts can help increase your flexibility over time.

45- Minutes Pool Workout

Now that you know the amazing benefits of taking your workout to the water, it's time to dive into this 45 -Minute Pool Workout. (PS: Don't worry, if you don't have a resistance band.)


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