Why Water Fitness?

There are so many good reasons that the better question is, why not?

  • Burn serious calories

    Up to 800Kcal an hour, in fact. That’s the extra burn you get from water resistance when you work-out in a pool.

  • IMPROVES CARDIO ENDURANCE

    Your heart beat frequency is 10% lower in water, so you can work at a higher intensity with a lower heart rate when you water cycle.

  • NO SORE MUSCLES

    Crazy but true. Because it’s low impact on joints, muscles and bones you can enjoy an intense workout without sore muscles the next day.

  • KIND TO JOINTS

    Because water supports your body weight, water cycling is perfect for all ages, whether you have muscular, joint or weight issues, are recovering from injury or pregnant.

  • ENHANCES BLOOD FLOW

    Hydrostatic pressure in water significantly increases blood flow helping to prevent muscle fatigue.

  • BETTER SLEEP

    Exercise is a great stress-buster and water cycling is no exception. Who doesn’t find being in water relaxing?

  • FLEXIBILITY AND RECOVERY

    Water buoyancy lets you move your joints in a wider range of motion. Aqua cycling is also a great recovery workout after a big game, marathon or other intense exercise.

  • COMBATS CELLULITE

    Cycling in water creates movement that’s like a natural massage to stimulate and drain the lymphatic system.

Water Fitness Programs

WATER CYCLING

A fun combo of intense cycling on a purpose-built hydrospin bike that burns calories fast, and exercises that tone your chest and arms.

WATER BOXING

Your inner ninja will love this combo of punching and kicking movements using purpose-built boxing bag and gloves for a high cardio workout that burns calories and tones the body.

WATER CIRCUIT

Get your HIIT hit with this low impact circuit class that uses different exercises and equipment to target specific muscle groups and improve core strength and control.

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