Making headlines and catching people’s attention all over social media, Aquaphysical, basically yoga on water, is driving the world crazy-excited.
Aquaphysical is an innovative new way to exercise started in the UK. Using an Aquabase (an inflatable, yet stable water mattress) the exercises are done floating on water. According to their website, floatfit is a 30 minute High Intensity Interval Training (HIIT) workout class including burpees, lunges, squats, mountain climbers and the plank, all done on water.
The low impact, cross training class is meant to provide you with the benefits of a full body workout in a fun way. And is said to be able to incorporate any land-based routine, for example yoga and pilates.
The Aquabase is an inflatable mattress made out of high-grade military PVC fabric, and is made in a way similar to inflatable high speed military boats, making them highly resistant to abrasion, tears and punctures. It is 2.3 meters in length and 85 centimeters in width.
30 minutes of Floatfit is said to burn over 800 calories, making it a very effective for fitness enthusiasts and gym-freaks.
Mostly centered around the England, Floatfit offers classes throughout the week all over England, mostly around London, with some regular classes, and other mobile classes that happen in parks and squares.
You’ll probably take a few plunges into cold water before you get the hang of it, but it’s definitely worth a try.