Aquatic Exercise and Therapy for Health and Fitness

There's new and very promising research that shows exercising and walking in warm water offers considerable health benefits. Aquatic exercise has been proven to reduce fatigue and pressure on joints, soothe aches and help to improve balance. Aquatic therapy and exercise has also been associated with improved mobility and flexibility and weight-loss resulting in a better quality of life and overall well being. Learn how you can benefit from aquatic exercise by downloading your FREE Booklet today!

PAIN RELIEVING POWER OF AQUATIC THERAPY

For the millions of people who suffer from chronic pain or chronic fatigue, water exercise can help manage symptoms. A gradual program in the water can improve fitness and mobility, as well as reduce the risk of injury.

INSIDE: Why water therapy is the first effective step to relieving joint pain for fibromyalgia, back pain and chronic pain


WALKING IN WATER, A MODERN DAY MIRACLE

Research shows that exercising and walking in warm water can help reduce fatigue and pressure on joints, soothe aches and help with balance. It can also help improve mobility and flexibility, allowing those with arthritis to experience better quality of life and well-being overall.

INSIDE: Hope for those who suffer from joint or muscle pain, weakness, fatigue, joint swelling and weight gain associated with arthritis or one of the more than 100 rheumatic conditions, including fibromyalgia and lupus.


ACHIEVING YOUR WEIGHT-LOSS GOALS THROUGH AQUATIC EXERCISE

Achieving and maintaining weight-loss goals can feel like a constant struggle. We understand that injuries, pain and frustration might be preventing you from starting an exercise program. In a Michael Phelps Swim Spa, enjoy the weightless effect of water in the privacy and convenience of your home.

INSIDE: Exciting weight-loss testimonials and water-based exercise solutions


SWIMMING FOR FITNESS AND HEALTH

Swimming gives your body a great workout without the impact of land-based exercises. It exercises most of the major muscle groups in your body. It’s also a gentle way to improve your level of fitness. Whether you’re a seasoned athlete or someone starting out, swimming can help you!

INSIDE: Eight benefits that swimming can offer anyone to feel stronger, healthier and happier



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