Celebrity Fitness Malaysia proves that the hot Malaysian heat is no excuse to keep you from exercising! In line with their philosophy to make fitness fun, Celebrity Fitness Malaysia recently held a pool party to introduce aqua based workouts as an enjoyable and beneficial twist to the daily workout routine.
Aqua-based workouts are full body workouts that engage the core muscles, arms and legs, as well as cools your body down. The buoyancy of the water allows you to reach a greater range of motion and lowers the risk of injury, making water workouts suitable for all.
“Aqua-based exercises reduce the shock impact of normal high intensity exercises by absorbing the force of gravity. Everyone can try out water workouts, especially those who are recovering from injury or have conditions that would prevent them from exercising otherwise, such as arthritis, back pain or obesity,” explained Kris Malhotra, Country Group Fitness Manager of Celebrity Fitness Malaysia.
“While water workouts are easier on your joints, it can actually be more effective than land-based exercises. In fact, water workouts work your muscles harder because you have the added force of water resistance, burning fat and toning up faster,” Kris adds.
Celebrity Fitness Pool Workout Party was held at Celebrity Fitness MidValley
Almost 100 Celebrity Fitness members and guests jumped in the pool for a heart pumping three hour back to back workout featuring Aqua Zumba, Aqua Yoga and Aqua Combat. Attendants worked and splashed their way through the high intensity martial arts inspired Aqua Combat, before cooling down with Aqua Yoga and bringing the dance floor into the pool with Aqua Zumba.
The dance party spilled over onto dry land as celebrities and guests enjoyed themselves in a two hour dance party led by the Celebrity Fitness Group Fitness team with dance styles such as DNA Flavor, Ritmo Zum and Kukuwa. During the pool party, guests such as Frederick Lee and Linora Low were treated to performances by Malaysia’s own modern rock band Mad August and an array of finger food.
“Celebrity Fitness was recently recognized by the Malaysia Book of Records as the first fitness facility to offer Aqua Zumba classes in Malaysia, and what better way to celebrate this achievement than by once again sharing the joy of keeping fit with our members and guests. We hope Malaysians will slowly introduce aqua workouts into their routines and enjoy themselves while doing so,” said Mr Ryan Cheal, Vice President of Celebrity Fitness Malaysia.
The Wet and Wild party was made possible with the support of Gintell, Crocs, One2Juice, Holiday Villa, Tiger Radler, Smirnoff Ice, Breakout and HUIOS F&B.
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