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How Long and How Often You Should Practice Water Aerobics

Water aerobics is an aquatic workout that provides excellent health benefits for any woman in the 40+ age range. Not only does this type of workout improve muscle tone, it's also considered a physical therapy for such conditions as arthritis, lower back pain and degenerative diseases such as osteoporosis. Usually, working out 30 minutes a day, 4 times a week, is all that is needed to gain optimum benefits.

Because a water workout is much easier on the body, you'll feel better and more relaxed too. Therefore, you'll want to select comfortable swimwear and aquatic shoes for your workout. Athletic swimwear is available in a variety of designs. Choose from styles like long torso athletic swimwear or cross back swimwear sized to fit. For durability, pick a polyester swimsuit or select chlorine resistant swimwear so your swimsuits will be able to withstand a number of workouts and resist fading too. Find the right size and you can work out without worrying about losing the support you require from a swimsuit made for this type of activity.

If you want a low-impact workout that furnishes the same advantages as exercises designed for land lubbers with a lower risk of injury, then water aerobics were made for you. You can do stretches, jumping jacks, water marches, even cross country ski moves if you so wish. So, take the plunge today— the water's just fine… for exercising!

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