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Time to get in Shape! Take the Impact Out-of-Fitness! Get a low impact comfortable workout in the water with Aqua-Jogger's Women's Shape Buoyancy Belt. The Women's Shape is ideal for women with wider waistlines or who are pregnant. The Aqua-Jogger is great for non-swimmers and water enthusiasts alike. The Aqua-Jogger Buoyancy Belt suspends the body vertically in the water at shoulder level for an effective low impact workout. Hair stays dry, and you can breathe naturally as you would on land. Resilient closed cell polyethylene EVA foam won't absorb water, dries quickly, and resists chlorine damage. Patented contoured design supports and strengthens the lower back and soft, flexible foam narrows at the waist for comfort and freedom of movement. Easy to operate the Aqua-Jogger's Women's Shape Buoyancy Belt has a custom woven 2" (5.1cm) polyester elastic waist belt equipped with a 2" (5.1cm) thermoplastic squeeze style quick-release buckle to ensure a hassle-free fit. The 48" x 2" (121.9cm x 5.1cm) black elastic belt will fit up to a 44" (111.8cm) waist. Soft, durable, and comfortable the Aqua-Jogger's design tones the abdominal muscles without doing a single sit-up due to the continual use of abdominal muscles to maintain correct posture. To accommodate different body shapes, belt can be worn upside-down or with the foam in front of the body. The blue or purple foam measures (L x W x D) 29.75" x 8" x 1.375" (75.6cm x 20.3cm x 3.5cm) com
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