Lower Body Strength

Lower-body muscular strength and endurance are necessary for scuba divers. Read more about building a strong and balanced lifting program while learning two key moves.

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Complex Exercises for the Body and Brain

Go beyond simple bicep curls and squats and perform moves that exercise your entire body. Complex dumbbell exercises are challenging for both your mind and body.

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Water: Element of Life & Fitness

Grab your water shoes and bathing suit, and get ready for a fun workout! Water creates perfect resistance and when an exercise ball is added, you get a total-body challenge. Get this water-based workout.

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Improving Cardiovascular Endurance

Cardiovascular fitness can be improved by the FITT principles. From frequency to timing, techniques you can boost your health and your endurance. Learn more about FITT and cardiovascular health with these tips.

No Sit-Ups, No Problem

Admit it: You hate performing sit-ups. (We all do.) But there are other ways to engage your core muscles and strengthen the area. Here are some great core exercises that provide strength and work other muscle groups.

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Bored With Your Traditional Fitness Routine?

Kettlebells are a great training tool because they challenge the body’s muscular and cardiovascular endurance. Kettlebells are affordable and the workouts are customizable. Read more about kettlebells.

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Rate Your Flexibility

Flexibility is crucial for diving and makes simple tasks easier. How flexible are you? Follow these flexibility tests to rate your efforts.

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Weight Training for Better Diving

Dive gear is heavy, but with weight training, you can gain strength and continue to dive. Learn exercises that will boost your overall fitness to dive.

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My Aching Back

Approximately eight out of 10 people will be affected by back pain over the course of their lives. This can have a profound impact on overall quality of life. Common activities of daily life may become painful. Affected individuals may become less active in general and spend less time participating in recreational pursuits such as […]

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Upper Body Strength

With a stronger upper body, you can easily lift your gear, climb an exit ladder, pull yourself up and perform other essential tasks. Learn the importance of upper-body strength and learn a great workout.

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