How to Use Water Exercise Equipment

How to Use Water Exercise Equipment. If a dull water workout is drowning your fitness
goals, this guide will up the fun factor with some floating favorites. You will need Kickboard Pull float Webbed
gloves Scuba fins Floating belt or pool noodle Buoy dumbbells and pool shoes. Step 1. Target your legs and arms separately for a
more intense workout by using a kickboard to get a good leg workout and then a pull
float to focus on those arms. Rotate your body from side to side as you
kick and swim to work your core. Step 2. Increase the water’s drag with webbed gloves
for your hands and scuba fins for your feet. These will make your muscles work harder and
add a real kick to your cardio routine. Step 3. Use a floating belt, or better, a pool noodle,
to help keep your head above water so you can spend more time focusing on each exercise
rather than worrying about going under. Step 4. Incorporate buoys, like foam dumbbells and
bars, to work your arms. Use the resistance of the water to push the
dumbbells down and then resist letting them float back up. Step 5. Protect your feet from a textured pool floor
or small rocks in a lake with a pair of water shoes. This will also aid your balance and traction
when you workout. Water shoes will weigh your legs down, keeping
your body vertical as well as increasing the drag as you kick. Step 6. Practice correct form as you use your exercise
equipment and monitor your exertion level as you work. With a little practice, you’ll be able to
elevate your routine to the next level. Did you know While early diesel-powered submarines
could stay submerged for only a few days, today’s nuclear-powered submarines can stay
underwater for months at a time.


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