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Articles — Water Fitness Lesson Plans and Choreography

Linear choregraphy offers safe and effective transitions between exercises 

Shallow water or deep-water choreography is your lesson plan

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What is your favorite choreography style?

Choreography is the art of designing sequences of movements in which motion, form or both are specified. The term is often associated with dance, but it is used in a variety of fields other than dance, including water fitness. Whenever you put sequences of exercises together, in other words, whenever you teach a water fitness class, you are creating choreography.

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Pay It Forward: Mentor New Instructors

Seeing a beginner transition into an experienced and competent aquatic fitness professional is your well-deserved reward.

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Strength training in deep water

Typically, when we think of strength training in water, we think of working in shallow water. For example, stabilizing in a squat or lunge position while isolating the upper body, using the water’s resistance alone or adding equipment. The strategies for resistance training in deep water, however, are different because the body is immersed to the neck and suspended off the pool bottom.

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Linear choregraphy offers safe and effective transitions between exercises

Shallow water or deep-water choreography is your lesson plan

Read more →