Which Class Is Right For You?
WaterX Bootcamp - NEW! -
This class is for individuals who would like a low impact, but intense cardio, and muscle building workout. The Monday class takes place in the shallow end of the pool with the option for individuals to participate in the shallow portion of the deep end. This day focuses on speed and interval training. Tuesday's class is half in the shallow portion of the pool and half in the deep portion. The shallow portion has 30 minutes of cardio that focuses on building the leg strength. The deep portion focuses on building arm and core strength.
WaterX Stretch - NEW! -
This class focuses on strengthening joints, core, and stretching all the small and major muscle groups of our body. It does this by incorporating proper breathing, balance, and warm-up of the muscles. This class takes place in the shallow water with the option to use the shallow portion of the deep end of the pool.
WaterX - Shallow Aerobics
Shallow Water Exercise Classes are held in pool depths ranging from 3.5 feet to 4.5 feet, which is about belly button depth to armpit depth for most people. In addition to aerobic and cardiovascular components, these low-impact classes emphasize stretching, developing muscular strength, and developing range of motion. No swimming experience is required.
WaterX - Deep Aerobics
As the name suggests, Deep Water Exercise Classes are held in the deep end of the pool at depths greater than the height of most participants. These classes give one of the greatest aerobic and toning workouts available with absolutely no impact to the body's joints! In addition to aerobic and cardiovascular components, workouts provide muscular conditioning with particularly excellent core strengthening. Flotation equipment is used throughout the class so swimming is not required.
Classes utilize Hydro-Fit™ equipment. Hydro-Fit™ equipment is the gold-standard of water exercise equipment. It is considered the best performing aquatic equipment and the preferred choice among fitness enthusiasts. Equipment for use during the class is provided by the Aquatic Center, but it is also available for purchase for those who want their own personal equipment.