Aqua Classes

Classes are appropriate for multiple fitness levels and are held in the Lap Pool, except where indicated. Please note that no open swim lanes are available during class times.
 

March 27 to April 2, 2017
 

MONDAY 9:15–10:15a
10:30–11:15a
11:15a–12:15p
H2O Boot Camp
Water Walking
Aqua Fit
Diane W.
Diane W.
Diane W.
TUESDAY 9:15–10:15a
5:30–6:20p
Deep Circuit H2O
H2O H.I.I.T. Training
Diane W.
Lory
WEDNESDAY 9:15–10:15a
10:00–11:00a
6:00–7:15p
H2O Boot Camp
H2O Pilates*
Aqua Fusion
Sue K.
Janice
Sue K./Diane W.
THURSDAY 9:15–10:15a
10:15–11:00a
H2O Boot Camp
Aqua Yoga*
Tracey
Janice
FRIDAY 9:30–10:30a
10:30–11:15a
11:15a–12:15p
Aqua Fit
Water Walking
Aqua Tone
Sue K.
Diane W.
Diane W.
SATURDAY 8:30–9:15a
10:00–10:45a
 
H2O Boot Camp
Aqua Yoga*
 
Diane A.
Mary/Cheryl/
Sharon/Amy P.


* Class held in Warm Water Therapy Pool

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Aqua Fit — This multi-level water workout is easy on the joints while providing the benefits of a mid-to-high intensity cardiovascular water workout. Some strength exercises may be included. Water shoes are recommended but not required.

Aqua Fusion — This combination water workout utilizes both pools. The first hour of class is held in the lap pool for a mid-to-high intensity cardio workout. Then head over to the Warm Water Therapy Pool to stretch for the last 20 minutes to decrease muscle stiffness and increase flexibility.

Aqua Tone — Focus on using water equipment such as noodles, water barbells and tubing to build muscular strength using the water's resistance. Water shoes are recommended.

Aqua Yoga — Experience yoga in the support of warm water. The gentleness and warmth of the water will help assist you in holding the poses for a longer amount of time and focus on alignment and breath enhancement. Great alternative and addition to ongoing yoga mat-based classes. Held in the Warm Water Therapy Pool.

Deep Circuit H2O — A powerful aquatic circuit workout held in the deep water portion of the lap pool, which is five feet deep. Aquabelts and noodles will be used to keep you suspended in the water during your workout.

H2O Boot Camp — A high-intensity water workout featuring interval training, longer cardio segments and equipment-assisted strength exercises.

H2O H.I.I.T. Training — High intensity interval training workout alternates cardio and resistance training segments for a challenging, full-body workout to increase strength and stamina.

H2O Pilates — Train your abdominal and back muscles to improve your posture, align your spine and build strength in your stomach in the pool. All levels welcome.

Water Walking — Did you know that 30 minutes of water walking equals two hours of land walking? The water provides continuous resistance to every move you make, thus burning calories and building strength. Water shoes are recommended.

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