September 09, 2014 // Category: Fitness Advisor
Dive in, dunk under or take a dip! However you want to call it, swimming is a great way to get a good workout, especially if you have arthritis or bad joints. Water places upward force on a person – better known as “buoyancy” – which means you can be unweighted by 90 percent in the water up to neck level. Thus, this phenomenon makes pool time the perfect low-impact activity for those who suffer pain during land-based exercises.
September 02, 2014 // Category: Fun Side of Fitness
September is upon us, but summer hasn’t left the building quite yet! Squeeze out the last bit of sunshine by heading to the waterfront. Lakes, oceans and rivers offer a plethora of activities that will get your heart rate up and muscles working. Remember, water sports aren’t just for the pros. Check out our favorites below and take your pick!