Fall has officially begun. Days will become shorter and the air temperatures will drop. Some of us consider stopping water exercise until warmer temperatures return. However, there are ways to continue working out in the pool without getting cold. Consider wearing a neoprene vest, jacket or tights. This will help insulate your body from the colder water, allowing you freedom of movement while exercising.Listed below are some reasons why many like to come to the water year round: Water's buoyancy lowers the risk of injuries that result from high impact exercise. The water's resistance against your movements results in a higher workout intensity compared to land exercises. When exercising in the water, you work against 12 times the resistance of air. Simply kicking and cupping the water helps contribute to muscle development, which translates into a higher metabolism and healthier body. Don't let the colder temperatures stop you from getting the full benefit of your overall workout.