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AquaJogger Active Belt

AquaJogger Active Belt

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$29.95
SKU: AP403
Product Code: 2351


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PRODUCT DESCRIPTION

A great belt at a great value, the Active is AquaJogger's most economical model.

• Belt has a non-elastic web belt
• Does not include video
• Resilient closed cell foam won't absorb water, dries quickly, and resists chlorine damage
• Patented contoured design supports and strengthens the lower back
• Soft, flexible foam narrows at the waist for comfort and freedom of movement
• Easy to operate quick release buckle ensures a hassle-free fit
• Active has a custom-woven non-elastic web belt
• The AquaJogger design tones the abdominal muscles without doing a single sit-up due to the continual use of abdominal muscles to maintain correct posture
• To accomodate different body shapes, belt can be worn upside down or with the foam in front of the body
• Soft, durable, and comfortable

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REVIEWS

  • 4.5 star rating (Based on 53 Reviews)

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  • rating star
    By from
    on 2/5/2014

    I recently started water aerobics at the Y where they use another similar floatation device.  When I was sent on a lengthy assignment for work, I ordered this floatation device to continue with my exercise program and had it sent to the hotel.  It works even better than the ones I was using.  It fits better and keeps me more afloat.  The instruction booklet helped to remind me about some of the exercises. I love this belt and have recommended it to friends.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 11/2/2013

    i''ve been using this belt for many years - always fits properly

  • rating star
    By from
    on 9/16/2013

    It was everything I expected based on previous reviews. Fits well, provides adequate support and buoyancy, easy to use. I bought the tether to keep myself stationary and find it works much better. You can really zone out and just run without overheating in the Texas sun or worrying about what you might run into, trip over, etc. I use weights in the water as well, for a great overall pool workout. I Brilliant invention!

  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/17/2013

    Great for water exercises, comfortable.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 5/17/2013

    It is probably a 5 star if you''re tall.  I happen to be an adult 4''10" sad to say and the height of it hits my shoulder blades and would make it painful to swim with.  But the company has been very very understanding and cooperative in helping me with the returns.  Too bad.  I might try the kids one.... If only I could try it first before the hassle of having to return it if it''s not right either.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 5/1/2013

    The aqua jogger exceeded my expectations . It was adjustable to my frame and didn''t ride up under my arms during exercising.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 8/19/2012

    I wanted to sprint in the water, using the PACE or Burst method of high intensity intervals. Its been in the 90s and sprinting in the heat was not appealing to me, nor was pounding my joints. I have used the device several times and I'm surprised at the great workout I get, which brings me to the workout I didn't like .... trying to figure out which size  to order. I had read reviews by others complaining of slippage and not being able to return it, and almost decided not to buy it. I think it is a great product, so I will try to help out some other potential buyers. First, there really should be a photo of how this is suppose to fit on the body. If you're petite, there is a model for petites, however, for the rest of us, you're on your own. The model I ordered said it would fit someone 5'.7 and support 187 lbs. Well, I'm 5'8 and weigh 184 lbs. My waist is 31 inches. The circumference of the model is 25 inches ( foam part only) then the belt begins.  . The wings do not wrap all around your torso. For me, there is a 10-inch gap.  The strap goes around the rest of  the front of your body. Now, some people may think that the ends should be longer,  but the booklet that came with it had a rough drawing of a person with the wings ending where mine fits (about 10 inches a part). There was no mention of where the wings should end. The wings of the device are 4 inches wide and  sit on my hip bone and stop were my rib cage ends. The width between my hip bone and rib cage is 4 inches. The height in the back is 10.5 inches. The point is to stay as straight as possible to allow your stomach to hold you up, giving you an additional workout on your abs. The high back does give you extra support to do this.  However, it is not an issue with me, as the belt holds the device securely in place. But, what might be an issue for someone, is if you have a longer or shorter ratio between your hip and rib cage than 4 inches wide. Also, if your waist is bigger or your stomach protrudes, I'm not sure the belt would hold the ends in place, as obviously the  ends would be even farther a part in the front. My suggestion is to get the dimensions of how long the entire model is, and then find out how wide the ends are. They do say you can use it backwards. I think if your waist is larger than 31 inches, you might go up to the next model. I really do like this product, it is built well, they just need to assist more in making a selection.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 12/20/2011

    I use the jogbelt during my aquacise class. The bouyency is excellent  but as I am quite thin I have   to adjust the position of the belt frequently so it doesn't dig into  my ribs. I'll experiment with different ways to wear it.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 4/25/2010

    I can't swim and my joints can't take the pounding of running or treadmills. The same for aerobics classes. And since I tore my ACL I haven't been able to play basketball which used to keep me in shape. I tried stationary bikes but even that stresses the joints. So, I was left with jumping in the pool as the only way to get in shape and stay in shape. "Swimming" with my aqua jogger gives me a full body workout. Muscles are getting bigger and my heart and lungs get plenty of exercise.

  • rating star
    By from
    on 3/22/2010

    I ordered this because I am a runner with stress fractures in my calcaneus (heel) and metatarsal (3rd toe).   My Dr. told me that I am only able to swim and aquajog for 3 weeks so I ordered the AquaJogger Belt.  It is GREAT!  I am still getting a great workout.  It is comfortable and I can *jog* in the deep end of the pool and it does not bother my injured feet at all.

ABOUT THIS BRAND

AquaJogger
Aquajogger provides high-quality health, fitness training, and rehabilitation equipment for use in the pool. Deriving their name from the jogging exercise achieved with their patented buoyancy belt, Aquajogger offers every type of aqua aerobics equipment imaginable, along with training videos and instructional booklets to help you get the most out of your aquatic workout. Aquajogger's many innovative products allow for a complete, low-impact and high-resistance workout without the pain.
AquaJogger Active Belt A great belt at a great value, the Active is AquaJogger's most economical model.

• Belt has a non-elastic web belt
• Does not include video
• Resilient closed cell foam won't absorb water, dries quickly, and resists chlorine damage
• Patented contoured design supports and strengthens the lower back
• Soft, flexible foam narrows at the waist for comfort and freedom of movement
• Easy to operate quick release buckle ensures a hassle-free fit
• Active has a custom-woven non-elastic web belt
• The AquaJogger design tones the abdominal muscles without doing a single sit-up due to the continual use of abdominal muscles to maintain correct posture
• To accomodate different body shapes, belt can be worn upside down or with the foam in front of the body
• Soft, durable, and comfortable
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