Ability Fix – A New Water Exercise App

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CARSON CITY, Nevada., July 15, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Paradise, a spa salon and wellness center, has released a new aquatic exercise app called Ability Fix on Android, Apple and web platform.

“After 4 years of app development, we have finally arrived at a ready-to-use version,” Starr Nixdorf, Aqua Therapy & Rehab Institute Certified (ATRIC), Aqua Pro at Paradise and content creator Ability Fix says. “We are very happy to have created a unique exercise app for use in the water. Being able to play your workout on a Bluetooth speaker or headphones and work out in the water is a real game-changer for those who want or need to avoid impacts.”

The idea to create a customizable exercise app based on a person’s level of mobility came to her and her husband, Perry, after working daily with people in their dedicated aquatic facility. The results that exercising in water provides for people of all ages and mobility levels were too good to pass up. The only way to do this was to create a new exercise app. It had to be customizable for different levels of mobility, physically adaptable, and be more audio-centric than other exercise apps. Thus, Ability Fix was created in the last 4 years. It allows people everywhere United States, CanadaUK and Australia to get a personalized aquatic workout that is usually combined with a personal training or physical rehabilitation session.

“Whether it’s your backyard pool, a local community pool, a gym or a nearby lake; if you can get in the water, we can provide you with a professional level Aquatic Fitness Instruction” Perry Nixdorfwho oversaw the app’s development, says, “You can choose from preset workouts or customize your own routine based on various criteria. It’s as basic or advanced as the user wants to be involved in creating their workouts.”

In addition to strengthening exercises, the app also contains a pain relief routine called Ai Chi. It is a practice of aquatic exercises and body-mind relaxation, similar to yoga, which includes deep breathing and slow, continuous movements. Ai Chi has been clinically proven to help reduce stiffness, fatigue and pain, while improving balance and strength.

Our world is aging faster than ever in history. The future of fitness is simpler, happier, less punitive, more accessible, more welcoming and more inclusive for all bodies and all ages. Many want exercises for people who don’t want to get ripped and are instead looking for a basic approach to strength and movement. We are the future of the millions of people who have access to a swimming pool.

Try a new way to train with the Ability Fix mobile app. Ability Fix offers 50 different water aerobics exercises on 5 levels and three Ai Chi workouts. You can choose from preset water workouts or customize your own on any device. Professionally created water aerobics exercises target all major muscle groups to ensure you get a complete workout. Improve your flexibility, strength, balance and more with easy-to-understand water exercises.

Contact information:
Perry NixdorfFixed CEO ability
775 883-4434
3430 Executive Pointe Road
Carson City SA89706
[email protected]

For more information on Ability Fix or Paradise:
Websites: www.abilityfix.com; www.paradisesalonspawellness.com
Youtube: https://youtu.be/2legX-JxCeQ
Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/abilityfixapp/
Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/AbilityFixApp/

Other info:
https://www.ewacmedical.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/08/Clinical-Ai-Chi-Lambeck-and-Bommer-2009-1.pdf
https://www.atri.org

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