PHOTO GALLERY: Water aerobics a good excercise

Monday, January 25, 2010 | 6:03 p.m. CST; updated 6:22 p.m. CST, Monday, January 25, 2010
Sharron Kelly participates in the Water Aerobics class at the Columbia Activity and Recreation Center on Monday morning. The class offers a low-impact alternative to traditional exercise, according to instructor Annette Simpson.

COLUMBIA — Annette Simpson teaches a water aerobics class at the Activities and Recreation Center for people who want a low-impact workout.

"It's safer on your joints and it's excellent exercise," Simpson said. "It's an all-around good workout."


Sharron Kelly, bottom center, participates in the water aerobics class on Monday morning. According to instructor Anette Simpson, the class offers strenuous exercise with minimal impact on joints.
Annette Simpson, bottom center, teaches a water aerobics class Monday morning. Simpson said her classes are larger now, due to many people making New Year's resolutions to work out more.
Marilyn Stone reacts to her swimming friends Monday morning. Stone was participating in the morning water aerobics class at the ARC.

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