Water Aerobics Front & Back Kicks

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Front and back kicks provide great exercises in any water aerobics routine. Learn how to do kicks in water with expert fitness tips in this free exercise video.

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Another great kick-boxing move we've taken and brought to the pool, is the front and the back kick. Start with your guard up, and kick forward with your right foot, and then kick back with your left foot. Kick forward with your right, back with your left. After you've done about 10-12 of those, switch up. Kick forward with your left, back with your right. Forward with your left, back with your right. The great thing about this, is that the water provides a certain amount of buoyancy, so you don't have to worry about losing your balance in front of the whole class. Let's check it out. For kicking, make sure you start, feet shoulder width apart. You don't want your knees to be locked. You want your knees to be sort of soft. Start with your guard up. Kick forward with your right foot, back with your left foot. Forward with your right foot, back with your left foot. Now always remember when kicking, you point your toe and extend your knee as far as it will go. Kick at a height that's comfortable for you. If this is as far as you're comfortable going, don't worry, keep working on it. After you've done 10-12 reps on the right side, kick forward with your left foot, back with your right foot. Forward with your left foot, back with your right foot. Again, go at a pace that's comfortable for you.

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