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Then I went to the pool, and they had closed it for laps so that they could have a water-aerobic class., so I decided to participate in that. It was flail-and-curse for the water. They kept admonishing everybody to keep their back straight. I have no idea whether my back was straight or not, and since most of the moving around was under water, it was hard to model the people who'd maybe done the class before.

I noticed I was creating a lot more splashing than the other people, which might have meant I was doing something wrong, or it might have been because I was the only one there who seemed to be expending much energy; a lot of the people there were way older than me, and seemed to be there more to socialize than to exercise. A couple of them were gabbing about some movie the whole time.

I finished up with a soak in the whirlpool, a few laps now that they were open for it, and a shower and dry-off in the sauna with a book. Not a bad day for my body.

Anyone here have experience with "aqua-robics" or whatever trendy name they have for it these days? Is it worthwhile? Anyone still reading this community?

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I wanted to try aqua-robics at my gym, but I noticed only the super old or very obese take it, so I didn't lol. That's my gym though hehe.