“Little bit of exercise can make a big difference.” // Tip from grandma Sita

“Little bit of exercise can make a big difference.” // Tip from grandma Sita

Follow Grandma Sita’s advice «Little bit of exercise can make a big difference.»

Proven method. 👍 Grandma Sita loves aquatic fitness. 💙

  1. Find a sport that brings you joy to fuel you with great vibes when practicing and keep you motivated. 💯
  2. Remember each time you think that a sport session is too hard, your body will slowly adapt. 💪
  3. Find a sport that includes you in a community so that you can share your experience and find support while staying healthy. 😊


➡️  23 – 30 September is the European Week of Sport. Let’s celebrate it! The European Week of Sport aims to promote sport and physical activity across Europe. The Week is for everyone, regardless of age, background or fitness level. With a focus on grassroots initiatives, it will inspire Europeans to #BeActive on a regular basis and create opportunities in peoples’ everyday lives to exercise more. May these days full of splash like Grandma Sita. 😜 More about at  europeanweekofsport.dk


Water aerobics is the performance of aerobic exercise in fairly shallow water such as in a swimming pool (waterobics, aquatic fitness, aquafitness, aquafit). Done mostly vertically and without swimming typically in waist deep or deeper water, it is a type of resistance training. Water aerobics is a form of aerobic exercise that requires water-immersed participants. Most water aerobics is in a group fitness class setting with a trained professional teaching for about an hour. The classes focus on aerobic endurance, resistance training, and creating an enjoyable atmosphere with music. Different forms of water aerobics include: aqua Zumba, water yoga, aqua aerobics, and aqua jog.

The mitigation of gravity makes water aerobics safe for individuals able to keep their heads out of water, including the elderly. Exercise in water can also prevent overheating through continuous cooling of the body. Older people are more prone to arthritis, osteoporosis, and weak joints therefore water aerobics is the safest form of exercise for these conditions. Research studies can teach us about the benefits the elderly can receive by participating in water aerobics. | Source: wikipedia

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