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Swimming Pool Scene AQUATIC EXERCISE


Keep Fit With Specialist Training Equipment


The market for aquatic fitness equipment is also buoyant, with a vast array of products emerging on the market. SCP’s range of Aquaness products includes the bestselling Aquaness Bikes – ideal for use in private or public pools - and the Aquaness Underwater Treadmill, which is ideally suited to commercial and hydrotherapy pools.


Aquacycling is an ideal sport to keep fit, sculpt your legs and fight against cellulite. Gentle on the joints, aquacycling uses the resistance of water combined with a constant water massage to promote lymphatic drainage, which effectively fights against the feeling of heavy legs, water and retention and cellulite. Aquaness Bikes are suitable for professional athletes, physical training, injury recovery and rehabilitation and general fitness for all ages Meanwhile the natural buoyancy of water allows you to power walk or jog with minimal stress on your joints. The Aquaness Underwater Treadmill is a leg strengthening workout that also provides a cardio workout to stay in shape and burn fat.


be adjusted specifically to an owner’s preferences – whether they prefer champagne tingles or bubble bath. Units include built-in LED lights – in a choice of white or multicolour - visibly transforming the pool at night.


BODY WORKOUT


“The aquatic exercise market is a growing sector and is gaining momentum,” says Sander Bos, BINDER’s Sales Representative for Benelux and UK. “Working out in water is very efficient and at the same time joint- friendly as the water takes the weight. Moreover, the whole body gets exercised by the resistance of water.”


BINDER are the manufacturers of HydroStar – a turbine driven counter-flow system that offers optimal swimming training for leisure swimmers through to competitive athletes. This unique system with its wide, regular and powerful current can be controlled by either remote control, piezo switch or via the optional touch display – to create different training schedules. The HydroStar is installed directly in the water. There is no manhole or pipework necessary and it is maintenance-free.


DUAL-PURPOSE “For residential pool owners, the main reason to buy a counter-flow system is that they can actually exercise even if they have only got a small pool. There are many reasons for it, but one surely is the growing importance of a healthy lifestyle; getting and staying fit,” says Sander.


Currently available in the UK through Ocea, the HydroStar is easy to install even in existing pools and there are two options for retrofit. For 2017, BINDER have extended the HydroStar range and now offer six different performance levels.


ABOVE: Plastica are seeing an increase in popularity and demand for aquatic exercise pools.


Swimming Pool Scene AQUATIC EXERCISE 51


ABOVE: Aquaness fitness equipment is available through SCP UK.


Sander adds: “The HydroStar BGA 160 is our bestseller. It is our smallest device, but compared to ordinary counter-flow systems working with a pump the strength of the current is still higher and offers good training conditions. Furthermore, if a power upgrade is needed this can easily be done by changing the turbine to the next size at any time.”


Plastica are seeing an increase in popularity and demand for


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