Blog

  • Nordic Pole Walking TIPS
    Categories: Blog Tags: , ,
    Active Walkers – for those who are looking for a strong physical activity and a more powerful walking stride.

    Wellness Walker – for those who are looking for a casual walking exercise ad a moderate pace.

    Adjust poles to the optimal length to your body height if you have adjustable poles. Have your elbow and forearm bedside your body in a 90 degree angle and drop your hands for 2 inches down and take the grip of the pole.This is the best length for you ( = 65% of your body height) to learn a natural pole walking technique. Then adjust the poles by twisting the upper and lower part of the Nordic Poles in the opposite direction.

    Make sure, you have the poles really tightened! If you walk on hard surface put the rubber tips on the poles. If you walk on soft surface take the rubber tips off.

    Feel the upright Body Posture Put poles behind your back and stand upright. Have your chest high, look to the horizon and drop your shoulder Relaxed.

    This is the perfect body posture Nordic Pole Walking will learn you and keep this posture for your every day life.

    The NPW Hand loops transfer your power to the Poles. There is a right and a left hand loop. Slip into the hand loops like you shake hands with the poles and adjust the strip so you feel comfortable.

    Stretch your arms in front. Open and close the hands and notice that you automatically close the Hands as you grasp the grip. Now you are ready to start.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Nordixx News

Sign up for Nordixx News. We let you know about upcoming trips, workshops, new products, and expansion updates.

Categories

Blog Category Content

recent News / events

  • Nordic Pole Walking TIPS

    Active Walkers – for those who are looking for a strong physical activity and a more powerful walking stride. Wellness Walker – for those who are looking for a casual walking exercise ad a moderate pace. Adjust poles to the optimal length to your body height if you have adjustable poles. Have your elbow and…