Here are some diet tips that will help keep you on track and on time for goal weight.
May 25, 2020 Tip
Exercising in water is a non-weightbearing activity. It puts less stress on your joints because you don’t have to lift or push your own weight. This can help reduce the risk of injury and soreness. Exercising in water can help with flexibility, because it helps you move and bend in ways you can’t out of water. Water workouts can also help you build strength since the water provides resistance against your movements. Another benefit of working out in water is that you don’t have to worry about becoming “hot and sweaty.” You’ll feel cooler and refreshed working out in water.
It is not even necessary for you to swim. You can be in shallow water where the water level is between your waist and chest (a lower level would make it difficult to move your arms around under water). You can just walk around and move your arms around the pool or beach. Some recreational centers also offer water workout classes that you can check out. So consider working out in water. Your body can benefit from a cool, water workout session.