Water aerobics at the Aquaticum


The Debrecen Aquticum holds water aerobics on 18 and 25 October at 14.30 and 15.30.

Experts say that water aerobic exercises have several positive effects, for example weight loss and injury rehabilitation.

Water has greater resistance than air, which means walking in water requires more effort and ultimately burns more calories than walking on land. Participants of water aerobics lost a higher body fat percentage using underwater treadmill compared to land based treadmill.


  • Greater flexibility
  • Increased muscle tone
  • High calorie burning during and after a workout
  • Renews your energy level as it releases your stress and tension
  • Exercising in water requires you to support only 50% of your body weight, making exercises easier to perform
  • You don’t need any special equipment, although there is a variety of equipment available for increasing variety, fitness and helping with floatation if required
  • Water’s buoyancy lowers the risk of stress-related injuries that some land exercises have
  • The water’s resistance against your movements results in a higher workout intensity compared to land exercises
  • A massaging effect is created when your muscles are surrounded by water


Source: hydroco.com

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