Old CardioWave


Bringing the party to the pool, this class will introduce the fundamentals to working out on an unstable surface in the water utilizing our floating platform.  You’ll be introduced to a variety of exercises to build strength from head to toe while you raise heart rate with the added bonus of firing stabilizers that often go unused in a fun new way.  As you orient yourself on the platform you will be working your core to strengthen your body. Adding in mobility training to keep you moving throughout with different focuses ranging from the hips, shoulders, and knees to test your balance with proper technique.




Pre-requisite: CardioWave Level I

II will introduce single leg movement to increase the challenge in finding your balance as well as switching up the direction you orient yourself on the platform.  You’ll play with plyometric movement as you take flight, or get air, to raise your heart rate.   You’ll utilize the platform as a prop to move in and out of the water, getting wet to cool off while heating up at the same time.  Fun agility drills moving around the platform in and out of the water will increase cardio endurance and build strength.  Participant will get wet.




(Prerequisites 3 Level I classes & at least 2 Level II classes)

The pool party just got amped!  Bringing props to your pool workout requiring greater strength, stability, and stamina than the Level I/II classes.  Multitasking as you create muscle confusion by tackling balance on the unstable platform, building strength using the bands & accompanying props, along with orienting yourself in all 4 directions on the platform.  Full body workout with maximum engagement, and lots of laughter as we move in and out of the water. Designed to increase strength, cardiorespiratory endurance, balance, and metabolism, the use of various equipment will enhance the work out and increase stability demands of the body. Medicine balls, bands, fins, and a variety of other props will be used to challenge your workout.  Exercises in the Level III are more complex and typically performed at a faster pace than in Levels I/II classes. It is required that you demonstrate great proficiency in Level I/II in order to advance to this class.