Meaning of aquarobics in English:

aquarobics

Pronunciation /ˌakwəˈrəʊbɪks/

plural noun

often treated as singular
  • Aerobic exercises performed in water.

    ‘If you can swim you can go swimming, canoeing, diving, play water polo or do aqua fitness sports such as aquarobics.’
    • ‘Janice began almost daily classes in beginners' aquarobics in the pool and aerobics in the studio, and enjoyed it all.’
    • ‘Have members of the protest group thought that the delay in rebuilding means no school swimming lessons, aquarobics, family swims, aquanatal classes etc for many people?’
    • ‘Somehow, my swims seem to coincide with aquarobics every time I try.’
    • ‘I do aquarobics on Wednesdays, and I promised Sandra I'd go out with her one night this week, so…’
    • ‘The gym was heaving, though, so we ended up standing around in the tepid pool after the hippo class had finished its aquarobics, chatting about events of the week gone by.’
    • ‘Swimming programs, such as aquarobics and swimming lessons, will rise between 10 and 30 cents.’
    • ‘Their preparation included four training sessions a week, gym workouts with personal trainers courtesy of the Gym and deep-water aquarobics.’
    • ‘I also swim and take aquarobics whenever I can.’
    • ‘I am doing aquarobics (exercises in the water) three times a week.’
    • ‘Hello mate, we're all fine thanks, the baby's doing aquarobics as I type.’
    physical activity, movement, exertion, effort, work

Origin

1980s blend of aqua- and aerobics.