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best-time-to-start-nordic walking
Nordic walking is riding high! This ultimate low-impact sport is gaining in popularity and can be practised alone, with others or in a club. If you feel tempted and are wondering what is the ideal time to start, here are a few tips for starting Nordic walking...
video-walking-poles
Nordic walking poles are the characteristic feature of this complete sport. Thanks to Nordic walking poles, this sport works out all of the body's muscles. Without them there would be no such thing as Nordic walking! Find out about all of the elements that make a Nordic walking pole with Olivier Capelli, double Nordic walking world champion.
top-5-errors-beginner-Nordic-walkers
Are you planning to take up Nordic walking, or perhaps just starting out? To help you to learn the right way to do it, we will give you some valuable tips for Nordic walking so that you can make fast progress. At the end of this article, you'll be able to simply grab your Nordic walking poles and walk!
Nordic-walking-and-travelling
When planning your next holidays, why not combine some lazing about with a little sporting activity? Would you like to enjoy the great outdoors and discover new landscapes? Don't give up your favourite sport. Pack your poles easily in your suitcase!
how-to-go-up-or-downhill-Nordic-walking
Add uphill and downhill stretches to your Nordic walking session and you will reap the rewards. It will give more pleasure and variety to your walks, but will also tone your body more intensely. Here are some Nordic walking techniques for ascending and descending without difficulty, or risk of injury!
maximum-heart-rate
Maximum heart rate is the maximum number of beats made by your heart in 1 minute of effort. When walking quickly, you will be in an endurance zone, with a heart rate of between 60% and 75% of your maximum heart rate (MHR). Knowing your rate means listening to your body. This is the procedure.
stretches
When you start fitness walking, many of you experience pain in the front of your legs. When this pain is in your shins, it's an inflammation of a muscle on which great demands are placed during walking sessions: the anterior hamstring. Have no fear!
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