Water Activities for FAB CLAMS.
Water Dance Book
Buoy/Resistance Cuff Manual
Wave Belt Manual
Hand Buoys Manual
Aquatic Exercise for Rehabilitation and Training Book
Water Exercises for Parkinsons Book
Aquatic Exercise Book
Water Activities for FAB CLAMS by Ruth Sova and Sue Grosse is an Activity Guide for Aquatic professtionals including Swim Instructors, Coaches, Fitness Instructors and Therapists. Fun Agility Balance Coordination And Motor Skills
This woman-focused soft-cover book explores the mental, spiritual, and physical benefits of water exercise. Written by lecturer and certified water fitness instructor, Juliana Larson, this book touches on myriad topics including healthy-eating (recipes included), cross-training for athletes, exercises for healing and fitness, breathing and meditation, and female bonding. Appropriate for all ages and skill levels.
The Buoyancy & Resistance Cuffs/Mini Cuffs Owner's Manual by Hydro-Fit includes tips for fitting and caring for your Hydro-Fit's Mini CuffsClassic Resistance Cuffs or the Hydro-Fit Classic Cuffs and for incorporating their use into your water exercise regimen. Deep Water, Shallow Water and Abdominal exercises are described and illustrated.
The Hydro Fit Wave Belt and Wave Belt Pro Owner's Manual addresses how to fit and care for your belt, the safe and effective use of this equipment and exercise illustrations for your water exercise routine.
The Hydro-Fit Hand Buoys Owner's Manual provides user training tips including proper body alignment and descriptions and illustrations of strengthening, aerobic and toning exercises for use with Hydro-Fit Hand Buoy.
Ruth Sova's latest aquatic exercise book - Fit 'N Fun: Water Exercises For Women - is the perfect foundational guide to health and happiness through water exercise and aquatic therapy. Divided into sections for ease of use, the chapters cover a wide range of material, including posture, stretching, arthritis, aerobic exercises, and pregnancy fitness. The soft, spiral-bound book features over 250 pages of information, followed by a glossary of terms and index.
The authors guide readers in choosing the right exercises for their clients − including the appropriate exercise frequency, intensity, and duration − based on each client's abilities and limitations. The book presents several current theories as well as a historical view for each theory and description of treatment implementation. The theories and principles are presented with the use of a regional- and system-based approach.
Parkinson's is a progressive disease and we may not have a cure yet, but that is no reason to give up hope. Maintaining a physical exercise program will allow those afflicted with Parkinson's to maintain an active and independent life as long as possible. For the one million Americans who have Parkinson's, this book provides gentle and effective water exercises to maintain balance, strength, endurance, and flexibility.
Created for the aquatic therapy student, Ruth Sova's "Aquatic Exercise" book reviews myriad water programs from water walking to aerobics, toning and strength training to flexibility. New therapists also stand to benefit thanks to Ruth's detailed approach to explaining water exercise.