For: The back, chest, abs, arms, and hamstrings
To perform this move, walk or swim to the deep end of the pool. Start off by cupping your hands and moving them in small circles, and then left your right leg so that it’s straight in front of you at hip level. Reach towards the bottom of the pool with your left leg, squeezing your quads and glutes, and hold for 5 seconds. Switch your legs quickly while continuing to tread water with your hands. Continue this exercise for 30 seconds.
For: The back, shoulders, triceps and abs
For this exercise, you’ll need a beach ball or any other small floating device. With the beach ball in both arms, hold your arms out in front of you so that your body is lying on the water with your legs extended behind you. While keeping your arms straight, pull the ball upwards beneath you so that it’s moving in an arc shape towards your thighs. When the beach ball has reached the thighs, bend your elbows so that the ball is brought back to the water’s surface. Finish by pressing the ball forward so that it’s back to starting position. Continue to do this for 30 seconds.
For: The back, butt, abs, and legs
This exercise will definitely rev up your heart rate! Move into chest-deep water, and then hold the edge of the pool deck. Extend your legs straight out behind you, and then with your feet and knees together, kick as if you’re swimming like a dolphin. This motion will first engage the abs and hips, and then eventually move down the rest of your lower body. Do this as quickly as possible for 30 seconds.
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