Provides a low-impact workout that will not strain the weight-bearing joints, or the back.

The resistance of water ensures that the exerciser does not work beyond their capacity.

The working heart rate in water is lower than when training at a similar intensity on land.

Increases, or at least maintains bone density.

Works muscles that are rarely used on land.

Forces the exerciser to maintain abdominal stability during all movements in the water.

The pressure of water on the body improves circulation and helps decrease water retention.

Even though you perspire during a workout, you will never feel sweaty.

Water exercise is healthy and in vogue.

And you don’t have to get your hair wet, and it’s fun!