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Finding a suitable aerobics class or instructor is easy when you do it through Airtasker. Unlike other options where you may need to do a lot of research, ask friends for recommendations, or resort to a class that’s a little over-budget, our platform helps you tailor-fit your search and find aerobics classes that fit your needs.

First, tap the “Post a task” button on this page. Fill out the details such as your budget, desired schedule, and location. This helps us find aerobics class instructors near you. If you have a specific type of instructors in mind, such as ones that teach step aerobics, water aerobics, or online classes, you can include this in your task post as well. Once you’re happy with your post, tap “Get quotes.”

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Top Aerobics Classes related questions

What do you do in an aerobics class?

When you book an aerobics class or instructor near you, expect to do some indoor cycling, kickboxing, or choreographed movements for around 40 to 60 minutes. You might also do a variation of Zumba. Each session starts with a warm-up period and ends with stretches to help you cool down. Since you’ll be booking a private instructor through Airtasker, you might also expect to be asked to do other aerobic exercises, such as walking, swimming, and running. 

What are the benefits of aerobic exercise?

Aerobic exercise has several benefits, including better heart and lung health, lower blood pressure, better HDL or “good cholesterol”, and better blood sugar levels. Some activities, like brisk walking, can also decrease your chances of getting osteoporosis. Lastly, aerobic exercises help you lose and manage weight better.

Want to complement your indoor routine with other types of aerobic exercise? You can use Airtasker to find a swimming instructor near you.

What is better: yoga or aerobics?

Both yoga and aerobics have their benefits, and neither is better than the other. Some experts recommend complementing your local aerobic exercise class with regular lessons. In aerobics, you strengthen your heart and lungs and boost your metabolism. Meanwhile, in yoga, you will focus on flexibility, balance, breath control, and mental wellness. All of these are good for your overall health.

Can I do aerobics every day?

Ideally, you shouldn’t. Experts recommend doing 75 to 150 minutes of aerobics exercise spread throughout the week. Don’t try to push your body too hard - this may only result in injury and burnout. Make the most out of your routine while staying safe by working with an aerobics instructor near you. 

Will aerobics help reduce belly fat?

Yes, aerobics can help you burn belly fat. This is because aerobics exercises burn more fat and turn it into energy. But, over time, the amount of energy burned is lower compared to when you do anaerobic activities like weightlifting and HIIT (high-intensity interval training). You can certainly benefit from both types of exercises, especially when combined with a healthy diet. No time to cook healthy meals? You can use Airtasker to find a meal prep chef near you

Is step aerobics terrible for the knees?

It depends. While you will have to be careful when doing weight-bearing exercises like step aerobics, you can also adjust the step’s height to accommodate specific ailments, like arthritis. On the other hand, your doctor or physical therapist may advise you to stay away from step aerobics if you have hip, foot, knee, or ankle pain. 

Before you sign up for a local step aerobics class or hire an instructor, be sure to get your doctor’s clearance.

What do aerobics classes include?

When you book an aerobics class instructor through Airtasker, you may expect someone who specialises in different kinds of choreographed movements that will increase your heart rate and help you sweat it out.  

The aerobics coach you’ll work with will most likely be a private instructor, so you can count on individualised instruction and more attention versus when you go to a large class in a studio. In general, here are the kinds of aerobics classes or coaches you can find through our platform: 

Aerobics dancing

When people talk about aerobics dancing, Zumba classes are usually what comes to mind. But ballet, jazz, ballroom dancing, and belly dancing can also give you all the benefits of aerobic exercise. These include better heart and lung health, toned muscles, increased stamina, stronger bones, and motor fitness. 

Signing up with a private dance aerobics coach will also improve your sense of rhythm and give you a new skill you can show off at parties (especially when you match your moves with a fabulous costume)! 

Step aerobics

Step aerobics is a choreographed workout that uses a step or platform that you can usually adjust depending on your skill level. The moves target your legs, upper body, and core and help manage blood pressure and diabetes. What’s excellent about step aerobics is that people with osteoporosis and arthritis can use it to improve their strength (once they get their doctors’ clearance, of course). 

Your step aerobics coach may make sure that you’re doing the steps correctly, maintaining proper form and posture, and doing the steps in a comfortable way for your fitness level. 

Aqua aerobics and swimming

Aqua aerobics classes are a great way to burn many calories without having to do a high-impact routine. This is because being in the water takes off an impact on your joints. During an aqua aerobics class, you’ll warm up in the water, do some jogging and leg kicks, work on your balance and coordination, and maybe even some dance-like movements. 

Some instructors may also have you use ankle weights, dumbbells, and floats for resistance training. A 30-45 minute session will usually end with some stretching and a cool-down period to help you avoid injury. While most classes don’t involve swimming, you can also partner your water aerobics session with swimming lessons - these are great for your lung health.  

Aerobic circuit

During aerobic circuit training, your instructor will guide you through a circuit of 10-15 exercises. These may consist of steps, squats, jumps, crunches, and a bit of weight training. Each round or circuit may end with a period of rest. 

Other kinds of aerobics

The “traditional” aerobics classes aren’t the only ways to reap the benefits of aerobic exercise. You can also ask your instructor for lessons in cardio kickboxing, indoor cycling, and more. Even simply setting up an elliptical machine in your home gym can offer another way of improving your cardiovascular health.  

If you want to partner your indoor routines with exercises that’ll have you breathing the fresh air of your neighbourhood, consider walking, running, or cycling during the rest of your week. Need some help fixing your bicycle before you hit the road? Book a bicycle repair specialist through our platform.