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H 2 O, GO!

Gotta give it up to the ancient Hawaiians. They’re credited with being the first to develop strength training in water. Sure, it was a bit makeshift— they’d carry large rocks into the ocean and hold them underwater as they slogged along the seabed. And okay, it was sort of a macho test of strength, but hey, they were onto something!

Since then, ocean lifeguards to elite athletes have used

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