Ages 18+ (under 18 with permission of instructor). Aqua jogging, also known as deep water running, is a form of cardiovascular exercise that mimics the motion of jogging while in the water. In this 45-minute class you will do aqua jogging by running laps in the 12-foot diving well as you continuously use your arms, hips and legs. Participants must be comfortable in deep water. Wearing a water belt/flotation device is recommended, but not required.
Benefits include: impact free workout; water is denser than air, so you work harder and burn more calories; the pressure of the water helps your heart pump blood around your body; participants are able to go at their own pace and there is no pressure to 'go fast' and put extra stress on your joints.
Instructor: Margaret Hall
Days: Tuesdays and Thursdays
Dates: June 6 - July 27 (No class Tuesday, July 4)