Using Your Entire Body

Why take only half your body for a walk?

Now, you can just schlep your walking poles around – that’s just carrying or dragging them or flicking them forward so you’re not able to properly plant them to pull back-on or push-off of – and you will still be getting more than if you were walking without Poles.

Or, you could learn to ‘really’ use your Walking Poles. Use them so that each step you make takes advantage of your whole body helping you to engage double the muscles!

Why not minimize your efforts while you maximizing your results?

Promise of Upper Body Workout is True- Also helping Rehab a newly blown-out Knee

Sheri, It was a pleasure talking to you this morning. I have had my Walking Sticks for about a year... View Article

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Promise of Upper Body Workout is True- Also helping Rehab a newly blown-out Knee

Sheri, It was a pleasure talking to you this morning. I have had my Walking Sticks for about a year and I have gotten to the point where it feels odd to walk without them.

I was in a veterans hospital waiting room (for my hearing) and I picked up a four year old travel magazine, in it I came across an article about Nordic walking and how it was developed in Scandinavia to keep cross country skiers fit during their summer months and it then developed as a fitness rage on its own.

It sounded interesting and when I got home that day I went on line and came across, among others, Keenfit which seemed the best to me. I was already a long distance walker but liked the idea of more Upper Body exercise, once I got my Walking Sticks, I started in and found the promise of Upper Body workout to be true.

I recently retired; the day before I retired I blew my knee out (climbing stairs of all things) and had to take total rest. After a week I grew tired of the inactivity and got out my Walking Sticks. It was slow at first, but I got moving and now three months later, I am back up to three to six miles a day and I give all the credit to my Chiropractor and my Keenfit Walking Sticks and I will continue to Walk my Path.

Thank you,

Jim AgawamMassachusetts – US