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Aquajogging is a cross training and rehabilitation method using low impact resistance training. It is a way to train without impacting joints.[1] Participants wear a flotation device and move in a running motion in the deep end of a pool. Equipment, aside from a pool, can include a flotation belt and weights.[2] It is useful in training for running because the muscles used are similar.[3]


  1. ^ Shelley, Jake. "Aquajogging: how, when and why to try it". Retrieved 30 April 2019.
  2. ^ Burdick, Allie. "Aqua Jogging - Lessons Learned". Runner's World.
  3. ^ Davis, John. "3 Scientifically Supported Tips to Help You Get the Most out of Pool Running: The Latest Research". Runners Connect. Retrieved 30 April 2019.