Aqua exercises train your back muscles without causing you to feel the weight of your body, providing you with the benefits of training without chance of injuries. It has been proved that exercising while pregnant and, in particular the soft training supplied by aqua aerobics, not only helps you to feel good, stronger and happier but cuts down on the pain and the use of medication methods during labor and delivery. Women by having an overall better physical condition and level of fitness reach the due date for the delivery with increased energy and resources they’re able to put forward during the intense hours at work and delivery.
Aqua exercise can be a wonderful method to prepare your body and mind for birth, and also to help you relax during pregnancy. Deeper, more expansive breathing is crucial in inducing confidence and calm.Breathing and relaxation in water are powerful tools for dealing with the emotional traumas of being pregnant. They create positive memories the body can use efficiently in having a baby, and that babies may receive too.
Side scissor kick
Bring your dumbbell and flippers if you have them. Lie in your corner with one dumbbell to the side and the other one to the leading to help with flotation. Do little kicks working your leg and bottom muscles. Brace your abdominals to keep a neutral spine within this position and squeeze your bottom muscles to operate them in this exercise too. Change to the other side.
You will need a kickboard with this exercise. It will warm up your arm muscles prior to doing other resistance exercises. Bring your kickboard and put it between your knees, that will give your legs flotation. While you grip onto the board and swim, it’ll work your inner thigh muscles. Freestyle pull will even increase your heart rate so you may wish to take a water break following this exercise.
Zig Zag Buggy Push
Hold your kickboard in-front, with your elbows bent in waist deep water, just like the buggy push. Keep the back straight and move ahead through the water taking the board over the body from one side to another. Rotate your shoulders and torso across in one side to the other, taking the kickboard with the water.
This exercise works your shoulder area. With your feet apart, begin with the dumbbells out to along side it. Push the dumbbells down from your sides and then control them because they try to float up, moving in an even speed. Don’t lift the dumbbells from the water; keep them under the water through the movement.
Keep the side of the pool together with your legs slightly wider than shoulder width apart. Bend the knees slightly, and then bring your advantage to touch your bottom after which straighten it back down again. Alternate sides. This works mainly the rear of your legs and your bottom.
Wall push off
Walk to the side of the pool, keep the wall, and bring the feet up and push off the beaten track, then flick your legs back and swim in.this exercise for women several times to work your leg, arm, abdominal and back muscles; also to increase your heart rate.