Choosing Your Equipment
We have a range of different equipment and training bundles available. All the GSP bundles include the Exclusive GSP Aquatic Fusion Workout Program and exclusive access to the GSP exercise video library (Password supplied with program). To help you choose the best equipment or bundle to suit your needs, have a look at the options below:
Upper Body Bells
You can choose between 4 different Upper Body Bells. Depending on your fitness goals you may wish to choose a couple of levels of options to vary the levels of intensity throughout your training.
Aqualogix High Speed Bells: Ideal for those focused on rehab, recovery or speed work
The Aqualogix High Speed Bells are perfect for those just starting out on their fitness journey, or for those looking to do a lot of recovery or high speed work. They provide the least amount of resistance allowing the user to do fast upper body movements, igniting the small fast twitch muscles for explosive power and speed.
Aqualogix All Purpose Bells: Ideal for those focused on general fitness
The Aqualogix All Purpose Bells are a popular option for those focusing on general fitness. They provide slightly more resistance than the High Speed Bells and a good for those wanting more of an emphasis on cardio and core strength, however are also good for fast tempo sets.
Aqualogix Maximum Resistance Bells: Ideal for those focused on strength and power training
The Aqualogix Maximum Resistance Bells are typically used to develop power and strength. They are often the choice amongst more experienced users who are primarily focused on strength and endurance.
Aquastrength Upper Body Bells: Ideal for those focused on strength and core training
The Aquastrength Upper Body Bells (both blue and pink options are the same resistance) provide more resistance than the Aqualogix All Purpose Bells but slightly less than the Aqualogix Maximum Resistance Bells. Their unique open handle design makes them ideal for hand over hand and core focused movements.
Lower Body Fins
You can choose between 3 different Fin Options. Depending on your fitness goals you may wish to choose a couple of levels of resistance to vary the intensity of your training.
Aqualogix High Speed Fins: Ideal for those focused on rehab, recovery or speed work
The Aqualogix High Speed Fins provide the least resistance of all fins, making them a great option for those focusing on recovery or speed work. They are also a great “warm up” option. While designed to provide resistance in all directions, they can be rotated to provide focused/maximum resistance in any desired direction. Each strap has (4) 4″ fins.
Aqualogix Maximum Resistance Fins: Ideal for those focused on strength training
The Aqualogix Maximum Resistance Fins provide a high level of resistance making them great for those focused on strength, power and endurance. While designed to provide resistance in all directions, they can be rotated to provide focused/maximum resistance in any desired direction. Each strap has (4) 6″ fins.
Aquastrength Lower Body Fins: Ideal for those focused on strength and power training, with an emphasis on explosive or jumping movements.
The Aquastrength Lower Body Fins (both blue and pink options are the same resistance) provide a similar level of resistance to the Aqualogix Maximum Resistance Fins. Their unique four blade design provides resistance in all directions whilst the V taper design makes them a very comfortable and secure fit option for longer workouts, especially those involving explosive, jumping movement.
Aquastrength Barbell: Ideal for upper body, core strength and endurance
The Aquastrength Barbell (available in pink and blue) has one Aquastrength Bell attached at each end to provide multi-directional resistance in the water. It allows the user to perform a multitude of exercises that focus on dynamic flexibility, upper body, core strength, coordination, balance, rotary stability, power, agility and endurance. The barbell is only available in one level of resistance, but the user can simply adjust their grip to progress / regress exercise variations.