Exercising in a Michael Phelps Signature Swim Spa offers the benefits of cardiovascular and resistance training without the impact on joints. Thanks to the natural resistance and buoyancy of water, the body feels supported in a swim spa and you can move with increased range of motion. People who exercise in the water often see improved balance, strength, endurance, and flexibility — as well as less pain.
Exercising in a Michael Phelps Signature Swim Spa can improve heart health and build strength, without the impact of land-based training. You can expand your options with aquatic fitness equipment. Every Michael Phelps Signature Swim Spa comes with the H2Xercise Kit, which includes rowing bars, resistance tubing, and an aquatic exercise manual.
Exercising in warm water has been shown to reduce fatigue and pressure on joints, ease aches, and improve balance. Aquatic therapy and exercise have also been associated with improved mobility and weight-loss, resulting in a better quality of life and overall well-being.
A gradual program in the water can improve fitness and mobility, as well as reduce the risk of injury. With this booklet, learn why water therapy is the first effective step to relieving joint pain for fibromyalgia, back pain, and chronic pain. By Dr. Rick McAvoy PT, DPT, CSCS.
Walking in warm water can help improve mobility and flexibility, allowing those with arthritis to experience better quality of life and well-being overall. Learn how to manage a chronic condition, such as lupus and fibromyalgia, with water walking in a swim spa. By Dr. Rick McAvoy PT, DPT, CSCS.
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. By Dr. Rick McAvoy PT, DPT, CSCS.
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. Learn about the eight benefits of swimming and how they can make anyone feel stronger, healthier, and happier. By Dr. Rick McAvoy PT, DPT, CSCS.