WATER FITNESS EQUIPMENT / WATER AEROBICS EXERCISER
People around the world are discovering water exercise and how a water fitness program can benefit their health and quality of life.The AquaJogger® buoyancy belt comfortably suspends you at shoulder level in deep water allowing you to breathe normally and move freely while performing a wide variety of water aerobics exercise. AquaJogger® water exercise belts and equipment have taken pain and impact out of exercise since 1987.
Whether you are looking to improve fitness, lose weight, excel at your sport, rehabilitate from injury, ease limitations of arthritis and other medical conditions or just have fun, water exercise with AquaJogger® is a great solution.
Patented contoured design supports and strengthens the lower back.
Soft, flexible foam narrows at the waist for comfort and freedom of movement.
Custom-woven elastic belt comfortably moves with every breath and adjusts to fit waist.
The AquaJogger design tones the abdominal muscles without doing a single sit-up due to the continual use of abdominal muscles to maintain correct posture.
HOW TO WEAR AQUAJOGGER WATER FITNESS EQUIPMENT:
AQUAJOGGER WATER FITNESS EQUIPMENT PACKAGES:
WOMEN'S FITNESS SYSTEM
USD $79.95 / CAD $79.95
Classic Buoyancy Belt
Getting Started DVD
Water Workout Guide
MEN'S FITNESS SYSTEM
USD $89.95 / CAD $89.95
Pro Buoyancy Belt
Getting Started DVD
Water Workout Guide
AQUAJOGGER PACKAGE COMPONENTS:
or Men's Pro Buoyancy Belts A new favorite for core strengthening, Distri-butes buoyancy more evenly and does not ride-up.
DeltaBells - Hand gear provides an upper body workout and stability. The unique triangle design offers variable resistance at the turn of a wrist..
AquaRunners RX For a more intense lower body workout. AquaRunners are worn around the ankle to add resistance in deep or shallow water.
Getting Started DVD & Water Workout Guide Guide includes different exercises for deep or shallow water, and easy to follow DVD shows you how to get started.
JUST SOME OF THE WATER EXERCISES YOU CAN DO WITH THE AQUAJOGGER:
Deep water exercises, shallow water low impact workouts, kicking exercises, abdominal moves, and upper body resistance training are all exercises to build muscle, increase aerobic conditioning, improve flexibility, and lose weight. You don't even have to know how to swim!
For Your Legs
Running and Walking: Position your body with your head, shoulders, hips, and feet vertically aligned. Using a modified running / marching motion, coordinate your leg and arm movements.
Cross Country Ski: Body is vertically aligned and legs and arms are straight. Scissor legs forward and backward from the hip, leading with your toes. Coordinate the arms and legs as in Cross Country Skiing.
Sit Kicks: Sit as if in a straight back chair with your thighs stabilized. Alternating legs, kick out from the knee, then pull your heel back as if trying to kick your buttocks. Try to make the water boil.
Straight Leg Toe Touch(Strong): Keeping legs straight, bring each leg near the surface and return it to the starting position. Alternating left and right, reach for toes with your opposite arm.
Tires: This move is similar to the football drill of running through two parallel lines of tires. The body is open and vertical. Have your legs turned out and feet flexed as you alternate pushing down.
Open and Close: Arms and legs straight and toes pointed down toward the bottom of the pool. Open and close arms and legs by extending straight limbs out to the sides of your body and returning to the starting position.
For Your Arms
Sweep In: With DeltaBells just below the water surface and arms held out to the sides, sweep arms forward and pull DeltaBells® straight back toward chest. Extend arms out to your sides.
Breast Stroke Arms: Begin wit DeltaBells just below the water surface and arms relaxed at your sides. Extend arms directly in front of your body and sweep out to the sides. Return DeltaBells back to the starting position.
Bicycle Arms: With elbows bent and DeltaBells submerged in front of your chest, vigorously roll DeltaBells® in a bicycle motion. Reverse direction.
Punch Out: With body slightly leaning forward, punch arms downward and away from chest. Alternate arms back and forth like a pair of pistons.
Punch Down: With elbows bent and DeltaBells held in at your sides, alternate pushing DeltaBells down into the water. Keep movements close to your sides.
Scoop Under: With DeltaBells near to the water's surface and arms held to your sides, flex and extend at your elbows as you pull DeltaBells® in towards arm pits.
Curls: With elbows bent and arms held tightly at your sides, alternate pulling equipment down into the water. Vary moves by gripping DeltaBells palm up or palm down.
Cross Country Ski: With DeltaBells held close to your sides, alternate swinging straight arms in front and in back of your body. Keep arms close to your sides.
"My Aqua Jogger came and
I just wanted to write and let you know how pleased I am with the product. The quality is outstanding as is the enclosed instructional DVD which is very professionally produced and most informative.
I use the equipment every other day and I literally cannot wait to get into the pool and work with the apparatus. It has made working out fun again and I highly recommend this product to anyone who is interested in aqua sports fitness."
— B.B., Bellevue, WA
It is important to correctly position and secure the AquaJogger onto your body. A snug fit will help you maintain good posture and perform the exercises correctly. If your AquaJogger is riding up on your body and interfering with your movements, review the following guidelines.
Correct Vertical Posture:
The key to any safe, effective exercise or movement is correct body alignment. Initially, as you adjust to the buoyancy you may find yourself hunching over in the water. To adapt to this new environment and attain correct body position, lean back slightly and try a small flutter kick with your feet directly under you.