Let’s face it: life without music would be pretty miserable.
Music makes the mundane bearable—even exciting! We love listening to music while swimming, but our waterproof iPod can be used for so much more than swimming laps. Here are 10 creative ways to put your Underwater Audio Waterproof iPodto good use.
Here’s a fun date idea to try because there’s just something about a lake that’s so romantic! As the weather heats up, grab your sweetie, swimsuit, Underwater Audio Waterproof iPod, earbuds, and a picnic for good measure and head on down to the lake.
Enjoy your picnic, then take a dip into the lake, making sure you can still touch the ground. Share the earbuds with each other and slow dance to a cute love song. Awww.
Achieve ultimate concentration by listening to your Underwater Audio Waterproof iPod during your next water aerobics class.
You’ll drown out the instructor’s voice and annoying kids on the other side of pool while relaxing and strengthening your muscles. Total win-win.
If you love adventure, you need to try white water rafting right now. It’s an adrenaline rush unlike anything else!
It’s also great bonding between family or friends, because nothing says “I love you” like voluntarily putting your life at risk with the people you care about. And when you live to tell the tale, it’s even better!
Crank up the excitement by listening to an action movie soundtrack on your Underwater Audio Waterproof iPod. It will make is seem like you’re actually in a movie!
Nobody likes to swim in a gross pool. If you’re a pool owner, you’re probably well aware of the maintenance and cleaning that goes into having a pool.
So, while you skim the surface for debris, scrub the tile, and check on the filter, you might as well listen to some music to make the time go by faster. Everyone knows cleaning is way more bearable if you’ve got music to keep you company.
It’s finally spring, and that means it’s almost summer! Bring out your inner kid by having a water balloon fight.
You can also play water balloon volleyball by using bath towels with one person on each end to pass the water balloon across the net to the other team.
Why not get creative and make up a game of your own? These little balloons can create hours of summertime fun!
Forget sunglasses! An Underwater Audio Waterproof iPod is the ideal accessory for filling up balloons with water.
Here are some other kid-friendly ideas for the young or young at heart.
When was the last time you did a handstand? What about in a swimming pool, while listening to music at the same time? Probably never!
It’s time for you to experience the awesomeness of swimming pool handstands and decide once and for all who’s the handstand champion between you and your friends. Come on, try it! You’re not getting any younger.
Variations include one-handed handstands, one-finger handstands, or the super advanced no-handed handstand. Or would that be called a headstand?
Test out your new goggles by throwing some change onto the bottom of the pool, then swim around to pick up all the coins.
You can even make it a contest between friends to see who collects the most coins, or who can collect all the coins the fastest.
Bonus: Dress up like a pirate, talk like a pirate, and listen to the main song from the soundtrack of “Pirates of the Caribbean.” You know you want to.
You probably haven’t done this since you were 10, but who cares?
It’s a good exercise to strengthen your lungs. Just be careful not to overdo it. And by listening to music while underwater, it will make the time go by much faster!
Dolphins are awesome animals. Which is why it totally makes sense to try and imitate their awesomeness.
Grab a friend (or cousin, niece, nephew, brother, sister, you name it) and pretend to be dolphins. Race from one end of the pool to the other while holding your breath and swimming underwater.
Whoever gets there fastest is the winner! Celebrate by listening to “We Are the Champions” by Queen on your Underwater Audio Waterproof iPod Shuffle. Yessss!
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