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Gym & Tanning Hours:Monday-Thursday 6am-8pm, Friday 6am-6pm, Saturday 8am-12pm

 

2013 Spring Swim Lessons
Session Dates
Days
Level
Time
May 6-16 Monday-Thursdays (8 Lessons) One-Beginner 4-4:40pm
May 6-16 Monday-Thursdays (8 Lessons) One-Beginner 4:45-5:25 pm
May 20-31

May 20-23: Monday - Thursday

Closed on Memorial Day

May 28-31: Tuesday-Friday

(8 Lessons)

One-Beginner 4-4:40pm
May 20-31

May 20-23: Monday - Thursday

Closed on Memorial Day

May 28-31: Tuesday-Friday

(8 Lessons)

Two-Intermediate 4:45-5:25 pm

Sessions consist of 8 lessons. Price is $60 for club members and $90 for non-members.

Must be 5 or older for group lessons. Private lessons available for 4 & under. Summer schedule TBA

 

Group Fitness Schedule

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday

Friday

Saturday

Morning

Water Aerobics

8:30 am
8:30 am
8:30 am
9:00 am

Evening

Water Aerobics

 

5:45 pm

 

5:45 pm

   

Hatha Yoga

5:30 pm   5:30 pm      
The pool is closed to members: Weekdays from 2-4 pm and Mondays-Thursdays during Swim Lessons

What are the benefits of Water Aerobics?

Ten Great Reasons: Non-weight bearing exercise. Improves muscular endurance. Improves core strength and endurance. Great exercise for pregnant women. Improves flexibility. Improves cardiovascular conditioning. Burns enormous amount of calories. Keeps the body cool during exercise. Fun and enjoyable exercise. Great way to modify or spice up normal routine.

Water aerobics or aqua aerobics is a great combination of fun and exercise. The exercise involves various body movements in a rhythmic style, and certain kinds of dance steps too. A standard session of water aerobics lasts for about 40 to 50 minutes. This workout program gradually increases from basic steps to high intensity exercises. When it comes to improving cardiovascular health and muscle endurance, water aerobics is a safer alternative to standard aerobics, and it easily surpasses most other kinds of exercises. This workout concentrates on body parts such as limbs, chest, abdomen, neck and back.Because water aerobics is a low impact form of workout, it is especially beneficial for the elderly, and for people with arthritis, osteoporosis, back pain, diabetes and everyone who wants to enjoy their exercise program while making new friends!

Benefits of Water Aerobics

When the body is immersed in water, the body weight lightens due to buoyancy. This property of the water supports about 80% of the body's weight. For instance, a person who weighs about 154 pounds on land will weigh about 15 pounds in neck deep water. This makes water aerobics a non-weight bearing exercise that is less straining on joints, back and torso. Reduced gravitational pull in the water increases flexibility of the body while exercising.

Water is denser than air and so is the resistance offered by it. So regular water exercise results in rapid toning of body muscles, as the water exerts resistance on the working muscles from all directions. That is why merely walking in the water for about an hour will burn nearly twice as many calories as walking on land would. Given this property of water, aqua aerobics especially comes in handy for rehabilitation of injured athletes and orthopedic patients.

Improved cardiovascular conditioning is one of the main health benefits of water aerobics. It helps increase the level of HDL (good) cholesterol and improve blood circulation. Compared to other land sports like cycling or running, the heart rate remains steady while working out in water.

Experts say that water aerobics is a less straining way to lose weight when compared to most other exercises. An hour of water aerobics can burn 402 calories for someone weighing 160 pounds, 501 calories for 200 pounds, and 600 calories for a 240-pound person.

Water aerobics is also beneficial for people with conditions such as arthritis and osteoporosis. Pregnant women can also avail the benefits of this form of exercise. Floating in the water reduces stress on the back, and alleviates joint pain. Moreover, in water aerobics, one does not have to be wary of falling or tipping over, thanks to the supportive property of the water.

In aqua aerobics, you can not only get a total body exercise, but can also escape from the heat of the summer. The water does not allow the body temperature to fluctuate, and maintains a constant temperature throughout thus preventing overheating. You can keep cool and be comfortable even when the mercury is rising.


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