This is a lighter version of triceps dips, performed in the water with easier resistance, namely the noodle, as opposed to lifting your body weight on dryland. Although relatively easier, triceps dips with noodle can create enough challenging resistance to shape your triceps.
A great way to strengthen your shoulder (internal and external rotation) muscles in a single exercise. It is best performed in the shallow-end. You will need aqua dumbbells or other water resistance devices. For recovering from an injury, perform without dumbbells.
Starting Position: Stand in the shallow end with one leg behind to support your body. put your shoulders in the water. Hold the dumbbells and spread your arms to the side, slightly below parallel and your palms facing forward.
Starting Position: Stand in the shallow-end with one leg in front. Bend your front knee to let your shoulders in the water. Hold the dumbbells with straight arms in front of your torso, slightly wider than your shoulder's width. Let your palms face downwards