Water Walking

iVillage Member
Registered: 03-20-2003
Water Walking
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Mon, 05-04-2009 - 12:24pm
I've never seen this before and am wondering if there is a point to it.





iVillage Member
Registered: 07-09-2008
In reply to: cl_jeanwl
Tue, 05-05-2009 - 7:07am
I always wondered about that, too.
iVillage Member
Registered: 03-20-2003
In reply to: cl_jeanwl
Tue, 05-05-2009 - 7:25am
I've seen water aerobics classes that look really challenging and some that look like water movement.





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Registered: 09-02-2004
In reply to: cl_jeanwl
Tue, 05-05-2009 - 9:28am
If I was really, really injured I'd consider doing pool running. But I hear it's mind numbingly boring.




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Registered: 03-20-2003
In reply to: cl_jeanwl
Tue, 05-05-2009 - 1:13pm
In Spirit of the Marathon, one of the professional marathoners had a stress fracture and trained by pool running.





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Registered: 05-17-2009
In reply to: cl_jeanwl
Mon, 05-18-2009 - 8:01am
I'm not sure about water walking at such a slow pace, but my mother who is almost 60, takes a water aerobics class at the local Y in the shallow warm water therapy pool. She has had both knees replaced and can't take a regular aerobics class. She went to this pool when she was in rehab for her knees, too. Now, she also walks on the treadmill, very slowly, and there is a sit-down step machine at our Y. She has lost a few pounds since starting in February

Crystal




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iVillage Member
Registered: 07-09-2008
In reply to: cl_jeanwl
Mon, 05-18-2009 - 8:35am
Swimming, in general, is pretty boring, IMHO.
iVillage Member
Registered: 03-20-2003
In reply to: cl_jeanwl
Mon, 05-18-2009 - 6:56pm
Hi Crystal!