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Foster Aquatic Center Tue/Thu 11:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m.• All group fitness classes are first-come, first-served. There is no advance sign-up. • 25 Patron Max per class. • Age restrictions: Ages 12-17 are able to attend a group fitness class when their parent or legal guardian is present.• Typhoon policy: All classes will be cancelled in the event of Typhoon Condition 1 (TCCOR-1). Classes will resume at TCCOR All Clear.• Schedule is subject to change. Updates can be found on the MCCS Okinawa-Sports & Wellness Facebook page.https://www.facebook.com/mccsokinawa.sportsandwellness
What is AMP-IT? AMP-IT (Aquatic Maximum Power Intensity Training) is the water version of the Marine Corps popular HITT (High Intensity Tactical Training) program. Don't think it's just another water aerobics class. AMP-IT provides a strenuous workout. In fact, it can often times be more strenuous than the workouts in the gyms.
The AMP-IT workout encompasses a variety of high intensity activities designed to:
• Increase strength, cardiovascular endurance and lung capacity, helping to improve PFT scores.
• Reduce the risk of injury, facilitate recovery and decrease recovery time.
• Be as challenging as on-land PT.
Because of the fact it is non-weight bearing, AMP-IT, unlike land based workouts reduces stress on joints and bones making it accessible to injured Marines, Marines on light or limited duty can continue to train with their unit.
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