Deep Water Exercise: A challenging class held in the deep end of the pool. Participants use a flotation belt to hold them in a vertical position while doing a variety of aerobic activities and movements.
Water Walk: This aquatics class in shallow water includes a variety of activities for aerobic exercise as well as activities to target range of motion, strength, endurance, and balance.
Arthritis Foundation Aquatic Program: A low impact class for individuals with arthritis, limited joint motion, strength, or cardio-respiratory function.
Tai Chi: Focus on Mind, Body, and Spirit with flowing exercise and relaxation, using a combination of deep breathing and slow, broad movements of the arms, legs, and torso.
Yoga Stretch: Experience the integration of water with the ancient science of yoga. Modified yoga postures in the pool enhance balance, structural alignment, and flexibility.
Hydro-Run: Use deep and shallow water running techniques to improve muscle strength, endurance, and power, while improving cardio-respiratory function. A flotation belt is worn for deep water running.
Deep/Shallow Cardio Combo: Work in both shallow and deep water to improve cardio-respiratory conditioning, muscle strength and tone, and flexibility. Flotation belts will be worn in deep water by participants. Water shoes will enhance your shallow water workout.
Aquacisors: This class is held in shallow water so there is less stress on the body. It is helpful to anyone with arthritis, or who has minor aches and pains.
YMCA Masters Swim
The Grand Island YMCA Masters Swim Team is open to all adults 19 and older who can swim 25 yards without aid. Members range from those who want to swim to stay fit to those who want to compete in swimming events and triathlons. Contact Melanie at 395-9622 for more information.
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