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  • Aquatic Exercise

    Water aerobics is a wonderful way to reach, maintain and improve one’s physical fitness and overall wellbeing. There are many known benefits to exercise, particularly when performed in the water. While aerobics offers a full body workout to improve strength, flexibility and endurance, water provides  support for the body and greatly reduces the risk of impact and injury. The North Clackamas Aquatic Park presents numerous classes that help in best matching individuals’ various goals and levels of fitness, skill and ability. Classes are available in the morning and evening nearly every day of the week. Check out the class descriptions to see which one would best suit you and your needs.

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    Aquatic Exercise Rates:

    Non-Resident Resident
    Drop-In $5.00 $4.00
    Punch Card (18 Classes)  $81.00  $63.00

    H20 Fit
    H20 Fit is an excellent shallow water class designed for any level of fitness. The accommodating resistance of water allows for noticeable improvement at one’s own pace. This low impact workout comfortably tones and strengthens muscles while developing coordination.

    H20 Smile
    H20 Smile is a sensible and structured workout for those just starting or who have conditions that require exercise modifications. This class is a mild and gentle routine based on slow movement and a focus on stretching with a prudent dose of physical activity.

    Deep H20
    Deep H20 is held in the 13-foot diving well with the use of buoyancy equipment to enhance floatation of the body. This exercise routine allows the non-weight bearing property of water to reduce harmful stress on the body while enhancing flexibility and range of motion.

    H20 Gym
    H20 Gym is a basic strength training class. This program is designed to reduce body fat, improve muscle mass, increase endurance and promote positive responses in metabolic rate and bone mineral density.

     

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