AQUATIC GROUP WELLNESS

* Active Adults Welcomed! Included in Membership. Water exercise is safe, effective and fun for all ages and all abilities, from a beginner to the professional athlete. Buoyancy creates a reduced impact exercise alternative that is easy on the joints, while the water’s resistance challenges the muscles. Visit our Schedules page for the most updated class schedule.

AQUAFit

This class utilizes both the shallow and deep end of our warm water pool and will  work endurance, toning, strength training, flexibility and range of motion. 

HYDROFIT

Focus on cardio, strength and flexibility. This exercise will reduce stress on joints and muscles. The water resistance and use of different aquatic equipment will give your muscles tone and reduce body fat as you work at your own level of intensity. This class is suitable for all levels of fitness. This class is offered in the Olympic Pool deep end, Olympic Pool shallow end and our Warm Water Pool.

HYDRO-H.I.I.T BOOT CAMP

Shed calories and get strong in the water. Try our boot camp style high intensity training… in a pool…enough said!

SHALLOW WATER WALKING

Walk your way to fitness using the resistance of the water. Fun and easy with long-lasting results. Reduce the risk of injury by lessening the impact on weight-bearing joints, muscles, and bones, plus it offers an excellent opportunity for muscle toning and body sculpting. Water walking shoes are recommended.

LAP SWIM 

Lap swim is free to members. Non-members wishing to participate may pay the appropriate day fee. The number of lap lanes and recreational times available are subject to change due to special events.

SENIOR SWIM (65 years & up)

For Active Older Adults. No Y membership required but all participants must register for the program and check in at the Member Services desk at each visit. This is an OPEN SWIM. We do not provide any instruction during this time.


QUESTIONS? WE’D LOVE TO HELP. 

For more information on Adult Aquatics, please contact Lauren Chiappetta at swimschool@gwymca.org