What we offer:

Aquatic Fitness Classes

Spring 2014 Schedule

January 21st - May 2nd

Benefits of Aquatic Fitness:
  • Stress reduction
  • Minimal muscle strain
  • Tone, build lean muscle, increase flexibility, & get an aerobic workout all at once
  • Cardiovascular improvement
  • Reduced likelihood for injuries
  • Little to NO impact
 All classes can be modified for everyone from beginners to pros!

 

Shallow H2Obics

AquaKick

Mondays 12:15p-1p

This class provides a low-impact, comprehensive aerobic water workout.

*Keep your hair and face (mostly) dry with this class.

Tuesdays 5:30p-6:15p

An upbeat combination of kickboxing & dance!

*This class is held in the shallow section and involves moderate impact.

Deep H2Obics

Aqua Boot Camp

Wednesdays 12:15p-1p

Get an all-inclusive workout with NO impact!

*Keep your hair and face (mostly) dry with this class.

Thursdays 5:30p-6:15p

An all-around extensive cardio and conditioning workout; anything goes in this class!!

*This class moves between the deep and shallow sections; and consists of zero to moderate impact.

AquaLates/AquaTone

Fridays 12:15p-1p

Two classes in one! This section offers a low-key combination of Yoga and Pilates, as well as incorporates aquatic fitness equipment to tone and tighten those problem areas.

*This class is held in the shallow section and involves little to no impact.

Please note:

*Although helpful, the ability to swim is not necessary to participate in H2Obics classes.
*The Recreational Services Department reserves the right to cancel aquatic fitness classes at any time.

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