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Making Waves with Aqua Fitness: Urban Sports and Wellness Week

11 fitness enthusiasts were treated to an hour-long Aqua Fitness program by The Fitness Project on the rooftop pool of ibis Budget Singapore Clarke Quay hotel

PHOTO: CHERYL TAY, SPORTPLUS.SG


Making waves on the rooftop pool of ibis Budget Singapore Clarke Quay hotel, 11 fitness enthusiasts were treated to an hour-long Aqua Fitness program by The Fitness Project.


Founded by national athletes, The Fitness Project previously ran a HIIT and Yoga based workout on water termed as Hydro Fit, but had the program discontinued since it started local fitness studio Grityard.


More photos from Aqua Fitness event of Urban Sports and Wellness Week is available in our photo gallery here.

PHOTO: CHERYL TAY, SPORTPLUS.SG


While the participants of Urban Sports and Wellness Week did not get to experience the full Hydro Fit program of old, it was still an hour of fun as they were give a full-body workout both on boards as well as in the water.


Fusing a mix of yoga and HIIT moves, participants had to use their core to balance well on the boards so as not to fall into the water.


The other half of the Aqua Fitness program saw the participants submerged in the other half of the pool using resistance-based workouts with the help of equipment such as noodles and boards.

PHOTO: CHERYL TAY, SPORTPLUS.SG


Participants above being put through their paces with a series of HIIT movements such as sit-ups and burpees on floating boards to increase the challenge and making it more difficult to balance.

PHOTO: CHERYL TAY, SPORTPLUS.SG


Shazrina from Her World Singapore in the midst of a sun salutation, as part of the Aqua Fitness program at Urban Sports and Wellness Week.

PHOTO: CHERYL TAY, SPORTPLUS.SG


Cyclist and athlete Sarah Tan balancing on the board at ibis Budget Singapore Clarke Quay hotel rooftop swimming pool.

PHOTO: CHERYL TAY, SPORTPLUS.SG


For the gram: Artist Sharon Choo, fitness trainer Clarissa Seow and fitness enthusiast Shazrina posing for the cameras while getting out of the water and onto the boards.

PHOTO: CHERYL TAY, SPORTPLUS.SG


A participant and her partner working out in the water with noodles, designed to improve mobility and core strength while moving through the water.

PHOTO: CHERYL TAY, SPORTPLUS.SG


A modified workout on water this time, the Aqua Fitness program was less intense than its predecessor HydroFit, in order to cater to a wider group of participants with varying fitness levels.

PHOTO: CHERYL TAY, SPORTPLUS.SG


Participants having a splashing good time while working out in the ibis Budget Singapore Clarke Quay hotel swimming pool during the Aqua Fitness program.


And with that we saw the end of the first edition of the Urban Sports and Wellness Week. Special thanks to host and event partners for the Aqua Fitness event: ibis Budget Hotels, Sunday Shades, and Amazin' Graze.


More photos from Aqua Fitness event of Urban Sports and Wellness Week is available in our photo gallery here.



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