Water Wrist Weights
Want an upper body that's lean and efficient? Take a pair of water wrist weights for a spin and enjoy a muscle-building, heart-pumping challenge that leads to improved stroke rate, greater cardio endurance, and a stronger back and chest.
Wrist Weights For Swimmers
Swimming with aquatic wrist weights is as simple as it sounds. Strap on a pair of Water Gear or All Pro wrist weights for just a few laps and see increased strength in your lats, traps, triceps, and deltoids as well as improved cardiovascular wellness. You'll be rewarded with quicker arm movement when the weights come off, making for a better, faster stroke.
Wrist Weights For Water Aerobics
If you're an aqua aerobics devotee, water wrist weights make a big impact on your current workout. Their robust resistance provides a powerful force to work against. And their sensible neoprene design bends and flexes without chafing, making them comfortable for long pool sessions. But keep your physical condition in mind. If you're suffering from arthritis, weights are not the best choice of equipment. In fact, water fitness guru, Ruth Sova, warns arthritis patients not to use weights because they add impact to the joints and bones.
Wrist Weights For Aquatic Therapy
Looking for a rehab tool that's powerful, adaptable, and well-made? Aquatic wrist weights are the ideal workout partner for people suffering from muscle degeneration of all kinds, as well as myriad other physically-limiting conditions. All Pro weights come highly recommended by therapists and patients alike because they're fully adjustable in 5oz increments. That means you can start out slow, then ramp up the intensity as you recover. As is the case with any new equipment, you should check with your therapist first to ensure you're on the right track.
Need something a little more uplifting? Lightweight resistance cuffs offer the same strength training action without the joint strain that weights can incur.