When combining two kinds of water and tied together, a new sport was born, promising to bring health benefits from old to young, which is the underwater pole dancing trend.
For a long time, water sport has attracted many people, especially women, because it helps them improve their slim shape without the joints being under as much pressure as when exercising on land.
Now, when these underwater aerobics combined with the well-designed poles in the swimming pool has formed a new type of exercise called AquaPole, the fever of underwater pole dancing. So what additional benefits will it bring to the practitioner?
The origin of AquaPole concept
The AquaPole concept originated in Italy and has now spread to Australia. The 2.2m long pillars are firmly plugged into circular metal bases positioned on the pool floor, providing the practitioner with a great, enjoyable run while showing off in the water.
The strength of the column and the water-resistance accompanying body activity helps the practitioner strengthen the muscles, strengthen the back muscles as well as stimulate the development of muscles while some parts are subtle like joints, cartilage is not as badly affected as in normal exercise without water.
In particular, this domestic gymnastics is suitable for all ages and all difficulty levels, which is a big difference compared to pure ground pole dancing. The trend is growing strongly among young people.
In the past, domestic aerobics was considered only for the old and the old or just the performance repertoire. In the water environment, the human body floats in a gravityless way, so there is almost no difference between a 10-year-old or a 90-year-old, and both sexes have the same health benefits.
AquaPole’s interesting appeal also comes from the fact that the practitioner can perform movements that are not easy to do with a pole in the ground. For example, in the water, you can hold the column and pull your ankles up to your ears with ease and flexibility.
For those who can hold their breath for a long time in the water, without being too reckless, they can still perform difficult but beautiful, flexible movements, which are only reserved for professional pole dancers on the dry.
Otherwise, if you want to train your body purely, you just need to keep your head out of the water to perform basic sticking movements, if you drop your hand in the water, there is no danger.