[tranquil music plays] The first time I took a water aerobics class was in Anchorage, Alaska,
about ten, fifteen years ago, and my instructor was in her mid-seventies at that time. But she still had a lot
of muscle definition in her shoulders and arms and legs. And I thought, “If water aerobics can do that to
her, at that age, I’d better start now.” [music continues] We have a lot of workouts that can
be tailored to individual levels and injuries It’s a complete workout. It works out your upper
body, your core muscles, and also your lower body. You feel so light, you think, “Oh you know, this can’t possibly be the
kind of exercise that I’m thinking it’s gonna be.” And then I woke up the next day, and I was amazed
at the effects that the water had on my body. I lost twelve pounds and thirteen inches from January through December. It’s non-impact on my joints. I feel good. I feel
strong. And there’s a lot of fun people. And it’s just nice to kind of get together and work
out together, and you feel good together. [music begins to fade]