FloatFit Grow encourages children to maintain active lifestyles AquaPhyical has launched a new aqua fitness class aimed at children.
Called FloatFit Grow, the class teaches children the importance of maintaining an active lifestyle.
Promising fun and fitness in the water the class offers a full body workout incorporating the company's aquabase floating exercise mats.
Users are positioned on their own aquabase and guided through a series of exercises designed to build water confidence and fitness levels in a fun and effective way.
Leila Francis Coleman, creator of AquaPhysical, says: "Experienced fitness instructors help children develop a positive attitude to learning new skills and building water confidence. Group exercise has a positive impact on mental wellbeing and happiness. FloatFit Grow is already making a difference."
AquaPhysical co-founder and head of Programming Tom Whelan says: "It is a great opportunity for swimming pools to engage with younger members of the community and be instrumental in instilling the importance of a physically active lifestyle."
FloatFit Grow is the third addition to AquaPhysical's FloatFit programmes and joins FloatFit HIIT and FloatFit Balance in the line up.
Creators of FloatFit - group exercise programmes on water using the world's first floating exercise mat, the AquaBase Web: aquaphysical.com
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