After suffering a shoulder injury playing softball several years ago, I started water therapy to help with my recovery. I wasn't satisfied with the water therapy devices available, so I created my own, and invented the Aqua Blast™.
The Aqua Blast™ is a patent pending water-filled exercise bag for swimming pools, plus, it may be beneficial for rehabilitation where controlled range of motion is required.
In a swimming pool, your body becomes weightless in the surrounding water, allowing a wide range of movements without stress on joints, muscles and connective tissue. Aquatic exercise reduces muscle and joint stress and eases the pounding your body absorbs from activities like tennis, running, or treadmills. Water also cools the body so you can workout longer and recover faster.
At RomaQuatics, our mission is to provide aquatic exercise gear designed to promote strength, fitness and conditioning using the therapeutic benefits of water resistance. The word Roma comes from the Greek word for strength (ῥώμη) — RomaQuatics® literally means Strength in Water® .
Whether you are training for competition, recovering from injury, participating in group exercise or want to burn off steam, our line of low-impact aquatic exercise bags provide upper body, lower body, and core conditioning using water resistance.
The Aqua Blast™ is the fun way to use water resistance to kick, punch, lift and throw your way into shape; it's easy to setup; provides a low-impact full body workout; and can be used by anyone able to stand in a swimming pool.
Rob Magrino, Inventor and Founder
To order the Aqua Blast™, call (206) 487-4100 or email us at RomaQuatics@gmail.com and we will help you choose the right device.
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If you are a trainer and want to learn how to incorporate the Aqua Blast™ into new and existing water aerobics classes, call us at (206) 487-4100 or send an email to RomaQuatics@gmail.com. We work with instructors to help setup and customize classes.
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