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What Is the Primary Goal of a Water Aerobics Instructor?

Water aerobics instructors are in a unique position to guide classes through a fun workout while also teaching valuable movement skills that can improve strength, flexibility and aerobic capacity. Along with a knowledge of exercise physiology and anatomy, water aerobics instructors should understand and apply specific principles of water, including buoyancy, resistance, drag, specificity of movement, hydrostatic pressure, viscosity and specific heat. However, the instructor's primary goal is to provide a safe, effective and positive workout experience for every participant. Read more . . . http://www.ehow.com/info_12276993_primary-goal-water-aerobics-instructor.html#ixzz2UB9dTrIx

Water aerobics instructors are in a unique position to guide classes through a fun workout while also teaching valuable movement skills that can improve strength, flexibility and aerobic capacity. Along with a knowledge of exercise physiology and anatomy, water aerobics instructors should understand and apply specific principles of water, including buoyancy, resistance, drag, specificity of movement, hydrostatic pressure, viscosity and specific heat. However, the instructor’s primary goal is to provide a safe, effective and positive workout experience for every participant.
Read more . . . http://www.ehow.com/info_12276993_primary-goal-water-aerobics-instructor.html#ixzz2UB9dTrIx

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