Maximize your low-impact workout by incorporating aquatic exercises into your daily training regimen. Our swim spas have many options to choose from so you can create the workout you need!
Your swim spa can be ordered with an optional aquatic exercise equipment package that features modern resistance band technology. The warm water creates a comfortable environment while maximizing your results through efficient heat dissipation.
Aquatic Fitness Program
Standing Bicep Curl
Start with your palms facing forward, arms extended downward, and shoulder-width apart. Bring handles towards your upper chest keeping elbows tucked into your sides. Pause at the top of the movement, then slowly lower to hip level keeping elbows bent.
Standing Reverse Forearm Curl
Start with your palms facing backward, arms extended downward, and shoulder-width apart. Bring handles towards your upper chest, keeping elbows tucked into your sides. Pause at the top of the movement, then slowly lower to hip level keeping elbows bent.
Standing Tricep Curl
Start with your arms fully extended above your head, elbows slightly bent, shoulders relaxed. Keeping elbows pointed forward, close to your ears, lower fists behind your head downward. Hold momentarily then push up to the starting position.
Standing Military Press
Start with your arms and elbows held out, fists at chest level. Lock your legs and hips. Press straight upward and overhead. Lower to your starting point (upper chest or chin, depending on what is comfortable) momentarily then press upward again.
Standing Front Arm Extension
Start with arms at sides, standing straight up, knees slightly bent. With elbows locked slightly, raise upper arms straight out in front of body until arms are level with shoulders. Pause at the top of the movement squeezing arm and shoulder muscles, then slowly lower and repeat.
Lateral Arm Extension
Start with hands to your sides. With elbows locked, raise arms to sides until elbows are shoulder height. Keep wrists lower or even with shoulders. Lower and repeat.
Start with right foot against bottom step and left foot flat on pool bottom. Position arms parallel to the ground and even with shoulders, elbows and knees slightly bent. Push arms together slowly, keeping elbows locked in bent position. Squeeze chest muscles and hold, return to start.
Start with right foot against bottom step and left foot flat on pool bottom. Keeping knees slightly bent, position hands together in front of body at waist level. Pull slowly up and out while squeezing your shoulders in the middle. Hold and return to start.
Forward Leg Lift
Start with feet together, flat on pool bottom. Standing with knees and back straight, raise leg upward until parallel with bottom. Pause at the top of the movement, slowly lower and repeat. Alternate legs between sets.
Outer Thigh Abductor
Keeping your backside straight against the wall, with feet side by side on pool floor, raise one leg out to the side and upward. Pause at the top of the movement, slowly lower and repeat. Alternate legs between sets.
Inner Thigh Adductor
Keeping your backside straight against the pool wall, feet shoulder-width apart and knees locked, pull inside leg across the front of opposite leg just past the outer foot. Slowly return to start postion, and repeat. Alternate legs between sets.
Rear Leg Lift
Keeping knees and hips bent forward slightly, and abs tight, slowly "kick" the working leg back in a semicircular arc as high as it will comfortably go. At full extension, squeeze glutes for peak contraction, slowly lower and repeat. Alternate legs between sets.
Start with legs spread slightly more than shoulder-width apart on first step. With hands at shoulders, back straight, and eyes looking forward, lower back end into a squatting postion. Slowly return to starting stand postion, keeping hands at shoulders, and repeat.
Standing Calf Raises
Standing straight with your toes on the edge of the first step and hands at your shoulders, rise up on your toes as far as possible. Hold, then slower return to the starting position and repeat.
Sitting on second step, bent forward slightly at the waist keeping back FLAT, slowly draw the handles towards your abs while simutaneously leaning back until your torso is prependicular to the floor. Slowly return to the starting position by leaning forward and repeat.
Walking, jogging or running against the fully adjustable PowerStream jets is a great way to get in an aerobic workout. Meet your fitness goals with optional Speedo training equipment, which can be used to target specific muscle groups.
See your doctor before starting any exercise routine.
Do not swim or exercise alone.
Do not exercise in water warmer than 85 degrees Fahrenheit.