High Knee Touches is a great exercise to add variety to your aqua jogging routines. This exercise is specifically great for endurance, but it also works your core and lower body muscles and helps develop flexibility and balance. So it's a great workout for anyone who loves aqua aerobics. It is easy to learn and suitable for almost all ages and levels.
Aqua jogging is a great way to engage in an aerobic workout in a completely safe buoyant environment. Water resistance and buoyancy are both excellent properties that make jogging fun and more efficient. The resistance water provides can be used to build up the strength of the muscles in the legs, abs and arms. Water also provides a sense of balance that is difficult to get while jogging on land, mainly because there is no need for your body to support its weight (well, most of it). The buoyancy of the water does that job for you. On the other hand, when you practice jogging on land, you must lift your entire body weight off the ground. This takes energy, uses more muscles, and requires more effort to stay balanced. I'm not saying this is a bad thing, but it is just not suitable for everyone. Not only does water take most of the load off your joints, but it also cushions the impact of your feet on the ground. In this post, I will discuss all you need to know about shallow-water jogging.
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