Pole dancing in water is the new aquarobics we’re all going to be doing

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‘Adding that extra dimension to exercise brings new life for the younger generation because up until a few ago, water exercises such as water aerobics were considered, you know, grannies’ activities,’

Pole dancing is a cracking core workout.

Put the two together and what have you got?

AquaPole – the new pool-based pole-dancing fitness craze that we’re all going to want to get involved with.

It involves people doing pole fitness in a swimming pool in a bid to fire up the core muscles and strengthen the glutes, hamstrings and back muscles.

The idea began in Italy and has now traveled as far as Australia.

Long poles (2.2 meters high) are submerged in the pool and are hooked into a round base which is suctioned to the pool floor.

Pole dancing in water is the new aquarobics we're all going to be doing
(Picture: Facebook/TJ’s Swim)

‘It is fun and it’s such a wonderful activity because it’s moving the gym into the water and you can use the resistance in the water but be stable with the pole,’ AquaPole instructor Jodie Chandler tells Daily Mail Australia.

And she claims it’s an activity suitable for all ages and levels of flexibility – which isn’t the case with regular pole dancing.

‘Adding that extra dimension to exercise brings new life for the younger generation because up until a few ago, water exercises such as water aerobics were considered, you know, grannies’ activities,’ Jodie explains.

AquaPole is the next fitness craze for water-based training.

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