Divers are concerned about safety but should do water aerobics to stay in shape.
Divers are obsessed with safety and equipment – they follow dive plans, buy a bunch of rash guards and wetsuits by the truckload, keep dive logs and complete gear maintenance. For diving in the tropics, divers wear rash guards. However, many divers neglect their most vital piece of equipment – their bodies.
Have you ever been around a lot of divers? Most have not missed any meals lately. Most should seriously start considering salads. Dive gear alone places an additional load on the body. The physical demands of entries and exits must also be considered. Above all, scuba divers must always be physically and mentally prepared for challenging conditions that arise in this dynamic underwater world. There isn’t a diver around who doesn’t have a story about a difficult exit from the water or a challenging current.
Divers can make the most of each diving experience by improving fitness, and can even add years to their lives; believe it or not, the right rash guard helps performance. A great way to be fit for scuba is water aerobics. Just as the name implies water aerobics is water-resistance cardiovascular exercise performed in water usually in a pool. Of course, it can be done in any body of preferably still water, a lake or ocean for instance.
Having the right equipment, especially an anti UV rash guard is essential to making your water aerobics experience an enjoyable one. Remember, if you are outdoors, the sun will hit you from above, and also reflect off the pool. Protect your skin with the right rash guard.