Looking For A Way To Get In Shape? Try Nordic Walking!

Looking For A Way To Get In Shape? Try Nordic Walking!

Nordic walking is a form of aerobic exercise, which means it helps you stay fit and healthy. It’s also a great way to improve your cardiovascular fitness, which can lead to better health and lower risk of heart disease and stroke. But what exactly is Nordic walking?


Nordic walking is similar to walking with poles, but the poles are more stable and provide more support than traditional walking sticks or hiking poles. Nordic walking uses specially designed poles that have a larger surface area at the top of each pole and are less likely to slip out of your hands when you use them for support. These poles can be adjusted in height so that they fit comfortably in your hands.

Nordic walkers use their arms as much as their legs to propel themselves forward and up hills. They also use their arms for balance when going downhill or making turns around corners.

There are two main types of Nordic walking: classic and skating. Classic Nordic walking involves using two poles in an upright position while skating involves holding the poles at your side with one hand on each pole. Skating is more challenging than classic, so it’s best reserved for experienced walkers who want an extra challenge or those who have previously injured their knees or hips while doing other forms of exercise such as running or hiking.

Here are some of the benefits of Nordic walking:
  • It’s low impact on your joints
  • It helps strengthen your core muscles
  • Nordic walking can help improve your mood and relieve stress
  • It improves balance and coordination
  • Nordic walking may help you lose weight faster than regular walking

If you have never tried Nordic walking before, give it a try! You will notice that your body feels stronger after just one session of Nordic walking!

Anna Daniels

Anna is an avid blogger with an educational background in medicine and mental health. She is a generalist with many other interests including nutrition, women's health, astronomy and photography. In her free time from work and writing, Anna enjoys nature walks, reading, and listening to jazz and classical music.

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