* A comprehensive guide to aqua fitness gear
* Equipment for all ability levels
* A great low-impact way to stay in shape
Aqua fitness is a great way to stay cool while getting a low impact, but challenging workout. Water workouts improve cardio performance while strengthening and toning your body with resistance and support you can’t get on land. Frequently used as part of physical therapy rehabilitation, aqua fitness can benefit anyone at any age or ability level. You’ll need a few items to get started. Luckily there are plenty of options out there. Here are a few of our picks.
1. Barefoot Water Shoes Aqua Socks
A non-slip design keeps your feet in place in the pool. Much easier to transport than running shoes, Aqua Socks roll up for easy storage, and they come in lots of different colors.
Nlife Barefoot Water Shoes
2. Aquatic Exercise Dumbells
These water weights are made of EVA foam for low water absorption. Use them to work your upper body, back and abs. They’re available in several colors.
3. Aqua Fitness Exercise Six Piece Set
If you’re just starting out, this six piece set has everything you need to hit the pool. It comes with a pair of resistant gloves, two dumbbells, a flotation belt and a workout guide.
Aqua Fitness Exercise Set
4. Water Resistance Training Aqua Fit Webbed Gloves
Why the webs? Increased propulsion through water helps tone and strengthen muscles.
InnoGear Aqua Fit Webbed Gloves
5. Aqua Resistance Exercise Cuffs
Leg day? No problem. The buoyancy and resistance offered by these comfortable cuffs make it easy to get your legs in shape.
Aqua Resistance Exercise Cuffs
6. Water Aerobic Swim Training Belt
This adjustable, comfortable belt is ideal for cross-training. It’s also great for rehabilitation from injuries.
Speedo Swim Training Belt
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