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WATER FITNESS CLASSES

Posted on 4 September 2017 6:11 am

 

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Water Fitness Classes

Aqua Aerobic II

Aqua aerobics in deep water. Floatation belts used and provided. Use of noodles, dumbells, barbells for resistance training.

Aqua Boot Camp

The most intense aerobics classes we offer uses body sculpting, interval training, and aqua kick. They combine strength training and aerobic conditioning with water resistance to give you an awesome overall body workout.

Aqua Fit Challenge

 

Aqua H.I.I.T.

Aqua Pilates

Aqua Tabata

Burdenko Boot Camp

Burdenko Method

 

Deep Water Aerobics

Use the water’s natural resistance to increase cardiovascular endurance and strengthen and tone major muscle groups. A workout for those comfortable in deep water, it’s the perfect cross-training regimen. Float belts provided.

Deep Water Run & XTR

Early Aqua Exercise

Start the day with a workout that improves cardiovascular fitness, muscle tone, and flexibility. Fun, choreographed workout to music.

Shallow Water Aerobics

Enjoy exercising using water routines choreographed to music! Great cardiovascular workout including an endurance and flexibility portion intended to strengthen and tone muscles.

Warrior Challenge

Water Works

CERTIFICATES AND TRAINING

Posted on 4 September 2017 6:08 am

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Certificates and Training


 
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CPR for the Community

Certification through American Safety and Health Institute. 
Participants will receive training for infant, child, and adult CPR. Certifications are valid for two years. Participants must be least 16 years old. This course is open to all members of the community.

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Red Cross Lifeguard Certification

1. This is an American Red Cross certification class.  Certification, once completed, is valid for two years
2.  Please bring PHOTO ID
3. Must be at least 15 years of age
4. Swim 300 yards continuously demonstrating breath control and rhythmic breathing
5. Tread water for 2 minutes using only legs
6. Swim 20 yards, surface dive, feet-first or head-first, to a depth of 9 feet to retrieve a brick

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YMCA Lifeguard Certification

1. This is a lifeguard class through the YMCA of the USA. Certfication valid for two years.
2. Must be at least 16 years of age before the last day of the class.
3. Must complete eLearnings prior to the first day.
4. Must complete a swim test prior to the first day. 

SPECIALIZED AQUA WELLNESS

Posted on 4 September 2017 6:07 am

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Specialized Aqua Wellness


 
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Adult II

For people who can swim the length of the pool with floatation devices and/or fins.

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Aqua Aerobics

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Masters

A program designed for serious adult swimmers who would like to compete in triathlons, or improve endurance and stroke mechanics to maintain good health.

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Pre/Post Natal Water Workout

Feel great exercising throughout your pregnancy while relieving stress, as well as, gaining strength and endurance. Attention is placed on muscle groups used in childbirth. This unique program combines water and land exercise, offering a balanced workout. Physician permission slips required.

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Stroke Development

Advanced stroke technique for those who want to improve efficiency, strength, and endurance.

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Water Aerobics for Arthritis

This class is designed to increase strength, flexibility, and joint mobility for those with arthritis or similar problems.

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Water Aerobics for Seniors

Water aerobics combined with length swimming, stretching, toning, flexibility and range of motion exercises.

ADULT SWIM LESSONS

Posted on 14 November 2016 1:37 am

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Adult Stroke Clinic (Master)

A class for serious adult swimmers who would like to compete in triathlons or swimming events or just improve endurance and stroke mechanics. All participants will improve skills while maintaining good health.

Aqua Pillates

This kind of workout relies on the resistance, buoyancy and gentle movement of water to increase flexibility, balance and strength.

LEVEL 1

For people who have a fear of the water or have never taken a swimming lesson. Water adjustment, kicking, arm strokes and confidence in deep water are emphasized.

Level 2

For people who can swim a short distance in shallow water with their faces in the water. Emphasis is on refining basic strokes and confidence in deep water.

Level 3

For those comfortable in deep water who want to improve their form and learn new strokes. Emphasis is on building endurance and mastering skills.

Level 4

For people who can swim a length or two of several strokes. Emphasis is on building skills and endurance for swimming as a physical activity.

Low-Impact Water Aerobics

Low impact water aerobics involve rhythmic, continuous movements that exercise large muscle groups. Aerobics improve your endurance and cardiovascular health. This aerobic level includes controlled arm and leg movements. Check with your doctor prior to starting any exercise program.

Masters

Here’s a competitive swim practice geared at refining your swimming stroke and building speed and endurance!

 

Multi-Disciplinary Swim

For adults looking to add intensity to their swimming routine. This class offers a full body workout, focusing on muscle groups.

 

Stroke Improvement

An advanced stroke technique class for adults who want to improve
efficiency, strength, and endurance in the pool. This course is great for anyone who wants to improve their lap swimming ability, including
triathletes and athletes.