Hi just wondered what your experiences of aqua aerobics was? My left leg is what I call daft as soon tires and gets heavy. I fancy aqua however my concern is as yoi can’t feel things in the water, i.e your lighter, when I get out could I have overdone it without knowing? Thanks guys x
I go swimming most mornings, missing it at the moment as the pool has ended up with a fault.
I also have been in other pools when i go away with hubby for the weekend, so in my head i now have built up a good pool guide.
I am lucky my pool has a bannister at the steps so good for going in , the pool itself is less than six feet in depth and this is at the deep end so if my right leg goes i can stand , i did aqua aerobics before but found it too tiring and my leg did have a habit of going away from me, i go in the morning and there is a group that go at the same time , we chat and laugh about life which helps especially if you are having a bad day. check out your local pools and check for added assistance , and then go for it, as i said earlier really missing it this week, both pool and company and i didn’t know any of the company before i started.
i went for a course of hydrotherapy which was run b y a group called neuro voices.
there were 6 in a group, all with neurological problems
we had 2 neuro physios in the pool with us
i was gutted when the course ended, funding problems as always
wow great to hear that! I wish there is one in our community. i love the water and exercise.
Facing Life Head On [edited by Moderator]
Yes I go to aquafit and I love it, I find it a good exercise as I can stand up for way longer than on dry land.