Basic Water Movements- Warm-up
- Power Walk
- Deep Water Running
Basic Arm Movements
- Lateral Arms
- Lateral Raise/behind
Chest/Upper Back Exercises
- Pectoral Flys
- Horizontal Circles
Basic Leg Exercises
- Leg Extension/Flexion
- Leg Kicks
Water IS the training tool in the evolution of exercise. Its application to decondtioned and medical participants is almost universal. As more and more people become aware of water programs, and more of these programs become part of the health care contiuum of treatment, their use will expand even more.
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