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Water therapy and weight loss?

TiffanyTerrorTTiffanyTerror Posts: 44
edited 06/11/2012 - 8:26 AM in Alternative Treatments
Hi guys,

I was looking into getting a referral to a center that offers water therapy. They have this great underwater treadmill that seems pretty promising.

I have been trying to lose weight for several years now, since my pain level doesnt allow me to walk/excerise enough to make an impact on my efforts.

I was wondering if any of you have tried water therapy/excercise and lost any weight? Or is it more just for movement and not enough to lose weight?




  • hi,

    i used to be pretty obese and started putting on a lot of weight especially on my thighs and bottom in my late thirties. i started exercising as often as possible and also cut down on a lot of high calorie stuff. unfortunately i hardly managed to lose much weight at all. i then recently read an article by a lady who claimed that she managed to lose nearly half of her weight using a particular weight loss supplement. i tried it out and it actually worked quite well. within 4 months i managed to lose about 65 pounds. the results were pretty amazing and i feel so much healthier and energetic now. you can read more about the lady's article at
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