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Although many people associate water aerobics exercises with senior citizens, pregnant women and obese individuals, it can actually provide an effective alternate workout during hot weather.
Additionally, if you are experiencing burnout from your current routine, a water aerobics class can refresh your enthusiasm about exercise.
Most public and private pools, as well as most gyms and fitness clubs offer water aerobics classes.
The sessions are typically taught by a trained fitness expert and can range from basic water aerobics to aqua yoga to water tai chi.
Examples of aquatic exercise include exercising with a stability ball, water walking and a water aerobics class.