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As Summer temperatures rise, beat the heat and tone your middle with a pool workout. Here are five exercises that tighten your abs while working your core — all to be done in the cooling water. Watch this video to learn the moves, then dive right in to the workout! Subscribe to POPSUGAR Fitness! http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=popsugartvfit Visit our website for more great workouts and fitness tips! http://www.fitsugar.com Are we friends yet? Join us on Facebook! https://www.facebook.com/POPSUGARFitness Get the latest updates via Twitter! https://twitter.com/#!/POPSUGARFitness
Get six pack abs by training like an athlete here… http://athleanx.com/x/six-pack-abs-start-here Getting someone to do their abs workout is hard enough on land, but what if I told you that you might be able to get better abs by training underwater? It’s true. In this video, I show you an abs workout that you can do in a pool or in the ocean that allows you to start carving up that six pack and getting your obliques to look more ripped than by training with regular ab exercises alone. The advantages of training in the water are many. First and most important is that you get the benefits of simultaneous resistance in rotation in both directions. When you swing your arms under the water you face the resistance of the drag force of the water. That said, it becomes even more difficult to move your arms back in the opposite direction since you now have even more turbulence created from the initial swing of the arms. You essentially have to fight the current of the water that you just created, and therefore have instantaneous resistance to the abs and obliques in both directions. The faster you swing your arms the more turbulence you create and the harder the ab workout will become. But that’s just moving your arms in one direction. Just like on land, you can increase the challenge to your abs by moving your arms in different directions. You can perform a woodchopper motion (moving your arms from high up on your shoulder to lower down towards your waist on the opposite side) to incorporate the obliques even more. For even more challenge, move your arms in a figure eight pattern to hit all of the major muscles of your core at one time. You will hit elements of rotation, controlled rotation and even prevented rotation as you aim to stop your body from falling over due to the momentum of the ab exercises. Don’t have a pool? No problem. You can translate these ab exercises into an abs workout that you can do in the gym. Just hook up a band or piece of tubing to a sturdy post and perform the rotational ab twists that I show you here. Remember however, this will not provide resistance back in the opposite direction. You would need to attach two bands as I show you to turn the abs exercise into one that works your core from both directions. One final note on progressing your strength in this abs workout. If you are on land you would either increase the weight of the stack that the cable is attached to or the thickness of the resistance band that you are doing the exercise with. Underwater however, you can increase the difficulty of the exercise by either moving your arms faster or holding onto something that increases the surface area of the moving parts and increases the force of the drag as a result. For a complete workout program that trains you like an athlete and makes you capable of handling anything that’s thrown at you (on land or in the water) be sure to visit http://athleanx.com and get the ATHLEAN-X Training System. For our six pack promise app (available on both Apple and Android) visit: 6 Pack Promise (iPhone) - https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/6-pack-promise-ultimate-abs/id633815621?mt=8 6 Pack Promise (Android) - https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.mi.AthleanX&hl=en For more abs workout videos and exercises to get abs at home, be sure to subscribe to our channel here on youtube at http://youtube.com/user/jdcav24
Strengthen your abs and back in the comfort of a pool! 20-minute abdominal workout shown using a pool noodle. The exercises in this video are a visual demonstration of the moves used in the FX-Sport VRX wireless headphones audio workout: Aqua Noodle Abdominal Workout by Laurie Denomme available on our website. WECOACH move better! WECOACH on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/WeCoachWaterExercise WECOACH website: www.waterexercisecoach.com #aqua #aquaequipment #waterexercisecoach
Big changes are finally here. You can watch this video directly on the Fitmotivation website. If you are an AEA certified instructor you can also earn CECs by watching the video, reading the handout and taking the quiz! I am excited to now be offering online videos and online AEA education. Aqua Abs Noodle is an aquatic fitness routine that features aqua noodle exercises that target the abdominal muscles. Take a closer look at the muscles involved in aqua noodle ab training and understand what can go wrong when aqua aerobic students float on the noodle to perform aqua ab exercises. Take away some basic and advanced aqua choreography for aqua ab noodle training. Read more in my blog https://www.fitmotivation.com/#/blog/aqua-abs-noodle
Learn how to get washboard abs in the pool using a water noodle and aqua dumbbells. Aqua Aerobics Exercises you'll learn in this video by shapeupwithpooja: Noodle jumps: This aqua aerobics exercise is fun, and also a great way to strengthen the core muscles. Ab roller: Cardio workout and an excellent water aerobics exercise for the lower ab muscles. Don't miss out - "Aqua Fun Fact" at the end of the video, explaining why water aerobics workouts are safer+more effective for doing abdominal exercises. ------------------- We release a new video EVERY 10 DAYS! Subscribe To Get & Stay Fit! Don't forget to like and share! -------------------- *See what people who've attended Pooja's aqua aerobics classes and nutrition coaching/weight loss programs say: http://shapeupwithpooja.com/story-lis... *Like our Facebook page for daily inspiration and tips to stay fit: https://www.facebook.com/Shapeupwithp... *Twitter: https://mobile.twitter.com/fitwithpooja *Website: http://shapeupwithpooja.com/ -------------------- #aquafit #shapeupwithpooja #aquaaerobics #diy #tutorials #aquajogging #warmupexercise #getfit #workout #cardioworkout #abdomenmuscles #tonelegs #burncalories #WeightLoss #AquaAerobicstutorials #AquaFit #fitnessinspiration #poolworkouts #AquaAerobics #lowimpactworkouts #aquainbangalore,#IndianAquaCoach,#AquaBangalore
Combination of three effective abs and lower back exercises in the pool.
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Water Workout for Your Core (Aquatic Therapy) http://www.AskDoctorJo.com These water exercises for your core can be done in a pool using special equipment, or toys. This is great for aquatic therapy. For more aquatic therapy exercises, visit http://www.askdoctorjo.com/category/catagories/aquatic-therapy Related Videos: Kickboard Exercises in a Pool: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=96tZ5PeTldg Water Exercises, Standing (Aquatic Therapy): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=mVvzsFk6rPo =========================================== Click Below to SUBSCRIBE for More Videos: http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=askdoctorjo ======================================= Doctor Jo is a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy. http://www.AskDoctorJo.com Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/AskDoctorJo Twitter: http://www.twitter.com/AskDoctorJo ======================================= Always use CAUTION with Exercising in a Pool: If you can't swim, don't do these exercises unless there is a certified lifeguard on duty. More Details About This Video: Aquatic therapy can be a great workout for your core. Many times with back pain, you just can't handle exercises on land. The water helps take gravity out of the picture so you can focus on your exercises. It is really important to make sure you have good posture when you are in the pool. It is really easy to move your upper body a lot, but you want to try to keep your upper body straight and upright. Squeeze in your abdominals to help keep that upright position. Using ankle weights can be very beneficial. Not only do they give you some extra resistance, but they also keep your feet on the ground while doing the exercises. Pool equipment, or pool toys as I like to call them, can range from very simple and cheap to very elaborate and expensive. Today I am going to show you some simple toys that you can find at most pools and not have to purchase on your own. The first set of toys is called paddles. These work well because you can open and close the slits to make more or less resistance. The next set is dumbbells. These are not like land dumbbells. They are very light and made of foam. So they not only give you good resistance in the water, but they also make it hard to keep them down in the water. The final one is a kickboard. This can really give you resistance in the water by pushing and pulling it halfway in the water. The faster you push with all these toys, the more resistance you will get. The first exercise shown with the paddles is a gait exercise. You want to push out with the opposite arm of the leg that goes forward. This is how we walk normally on land, and is only difficult when you think too hard! Try not to let the resistance push you around. If you cannot stay upright, then you are not ready for equipment yet. The next exercise, shown with the dumbbells, is in a staggered stance position. This is with one foot in front of the other. It is almost like you are in a lunge position. Bend down a little into the water to help keep your position. Start by alternating one arm in front and one arm in back. Keep your arms straight and push and pull through the water. Don't bring the dumbbells out of the water. Then switch feet, and push and pull both arms together. If you feel like the paddles or dumbbells are too much resistance, you can do these just using your hands. Try each of these 15 times, and then work your way up! Finally, with the kickboard, put it about halfway in the water. Simply push and pull the board towards and away from you while you are walking forwards and backwards. Then turn to the side, and put your arm straight out in front of you. Put the kickboard out in front of you and step sideways. Water Workout for Your Core (Aquatic Therapy): https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Ek0EyulZrsc DISCLAIMER: This video and any related comments are not medical advice. Doctor Jo is a licensed Physical Therapist and Doctor of Physical Therapy; however, she is not YOUR Physical Therapist and can't possibly diagnose you through the Internet. So don't use this information to avoid going to your own healthcare professional or to replace the advice they have given you. This information is only intended to show you the correct technique for physical therapy exercises and should not be used to self-diagnose or self-treat any medical condition. If you are not properly diagnosed, this information won't help, and it could make things worse. So seriously, check with your healthcare professional before doing these techniques. If you experience any pain or difficulty while doing these exercises, stop immediately and see your healthcare professional.