Aquatic Exercise

Getting the right amount of exercise is important for many things. Among are personal well-being, improving or maintaining muscle, or stretching out certain muscle joints in the body for better healing. Getting exercises done in the water have been proven to help gently work the muscles back to a semi-normal state, promoting better healing and creating more usage in the muscles. The products below, combined with their respective quick descriptions, may help you choose the right equipment for your water workouts.

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Hygenic's Thera Band Hand Bars can easily be used in the water, providing extra resistance with the added bonus of working the muscles. The bars are lightweight enough to float on the water when not being used. Three different resistance levels can help improve muscle tone without tiring out the arms.

Thera-Band's Aquafins Aquatic Exercise Kit is a six-piece water workout set that offers more resistance to your exercise with the creation of "fins" that operate as an extra layer of resistance, depending on your exercise. You can add speed to your movements or create resistance based on how you set it up. They work very well for adding strength, mobility, agility and muscle tone while helping you recover from an injury.

Making the choice between the Hand Bars and Aquafins can also depend on which limbs are being used for recovery. Upper body recovery patients should choose the Hand Bars. The Aquatic Exercise Kit is great for lower body workouts. When combined together, they can provide optimal recovery for several patients.