Swim Spa Exercises
Fitness Programs for Michael Phelps Signature Swim Spas
Achieve your wellness goals with these exclusive aquatic exercise programs, which were designed to use with a Master Spas swim spa. Dr. Rick McAvoy, who specializes in aquatic physical therapy, created these programs to help people realize the benefits of water exercise — whether they are recovering from surgery or suffer from a chronic illness.
There are programs for:
- Balance and Flexibility
- Shoulder Injury
- Low Back Pain
- Hip Replacement
- Post-Knee Surgery
- Overuse Injuries
- Multiple Sclerosis
- Parkinson’s Disease
- Golf Swing
- Weight Loss
Every Michael Phelps Signature Swim Spa comes with an H2Xercise Kit. Included are dumbbells, fins, row bars, and resistance tubing.
Balance and Flexibility
Improve your balance, mobility, and flexibility with safe and effective water exercises. This program allows you to take advantage of water's natural properties to rehabilitate an injury or reduce your risk of falling. The functional movements included will help you move better during your daily activities.
Arthritis Relief Exercise Program
Exercise without the pain and discomfort associated with arthritis. This wellness program will help you improve coordination, balance, and posture. The warm water of a Michael Phelps Signature Swim Spa can help ease stiff and achy joints, while improving flexibility for those with arthritis.
About Dr. Rick McAvoy
Dr. Rick McAvoy, PT, DPT, CSCS has specialized in Aquatic Physical Therapy and Sports Performance for over 25 years. He owns RMA (Rick McAvoy Aquatics), an Aquatic Fitness and Sports Performance Training and Consulting Company in Southern New England.
McAvoy is a published author and researcher in the field of Aquatic Therapy and Fitness as well as Sports Performance. He trains and consults with numerous athletes and sports teams from professional sports, collegiate and high school teams, along with fitness and healthcare institutions. McAvoy is also a sought after Master Instructor of the Burdenko Method, which is a specialized form of dynamic aquatic and land-based techniques.
Known nationally and internationally, McAvoy lectures throughout the year to teach the benefits of Aquatic Therapy, Fitness and Sports Performance to health clubs, athletic institutions and health care practices.
In addition, McAvoy is adjunct faculty member at The University of New Hampshire in the Department of Kinesiology and Franklin Pierce University in the Doctoral of Physical Therapy program.