With the weather warming up, people will have a greater opportunity to vary their exercise routine. It’s not just a matter of buoyancy, The type of water adds the feature of force. (Are you exercising in the ocean or a swimming pool?) Depth also affects your fitness regimen.
1. Why Work Out In Water?
Water drills have enormous benefits. There is a lessened chance of injury, even though many drills impact multiple joints. You can burn a considerable amount of calories in less time than working out on land. Drills tend to impact both your heart and lungs.
2. Water Running Is Simple But Effective
Resistance depends on the depth of water. The optimal depth is water just above your knee. Run for a distance of 32-33 feet at 60%-80% of your maximum speed. Rest for 1 minutes and repeat up to 4 times.
3. Freestyle Swimming With Fists
Swim with your hands in a fist position. Start with a distance of 10-12 meters at 70%-85% at maximum speed. Rest for 60-90 seconds. Repeat up to 6 times.
Go in waist deep water, then do a ¾ squat. Jump with one leg as high as you can. Rest 10 seconds, and repeat with the other leg. Finally, jump with both legs. Repeat this cycle 8-10 times.
5. Caution: This Is A Deep Water Exercise
Float vertically so that your chest is outside the water. (You should be in water that is at least 10 inches above your height.) Maintain this position for 1 – 5 minutes, then rest 1 minute. Repeat 4 times.