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The water aerobics program takes place three days a week at the Pembroke Lakes Pool and costs $3 per 45 minute class or $50 for a total of 20 classes.
DAILY Plantation Aquatic Complex Swim classes for ages 6 months to adults, private lessons, springboard dive classes, lifeguard certifications, water safety instructor certifications and water aerobics.
Zumba Zumba was once the top dance aerobics fitness fad in the country.
Workouts include cardio, weights, cross-fit and aerobics.
These include weekly activities such as water aerobics and Story Time, and big special events like community-wide picnics, outdoor movie parties and holiday celebrations.
In just a few short years, the fitness and aerobics movement wormed its way out of California and into pop culture.
From swim team, softball, basketball, running, tennis, and soccer to weightlifting, bicycling, water aerobics, yoga, and dance.
Water aerobics classes take place at the Pembroke Lakes Pool, 10500 Taft Street at 9 a.m. on Mondays, Wednesdays and Saturdays.
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This is a system of physical conditioning intended to improve the body’s ability to take in and use oxygen. Aerobic exercises, such as running, jogging, swimming, and dancing, stimulate heart and lung activity. To produce a benefit, aerobic training must raise the heart rate (pulse) to the exerciser’s training level for at least 20 minutes and include at least three sessions a week.
AEROBICS Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of aerobics for English Language Learners
: a system of exercises often done by a group of people while music is playing : a system of aerobic exercises; also : aerobic exercises
medical Definition of aerobics
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