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?

Struggling with very Painful Ankle; I had developed Arthritis & Doc wanted it Strengthened

I was struggling with a very painful right ankle, thinking I had developed arthritis in it as it ached all... View Article

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Struggling with very Painful Ankle; I had developed Arthritis & Doc wanted it Strengthened

I was struggling with a very painful right ankle, thinking I had developed arthritis in it as it ached all the time.  I went to the doctor to see if he could do anything & found out I did not have arthritis in the ankle, but had in fact broken the ankle a few years before.  I didn’t know it was broken, so it set on its own & my ankle and foot were in fact crooked.

Since re-breaking it was not an option to me, the doctor told me I had to do 2 things – firstly take off some weight & secondly strengthen the ankle.  I had heard about the Poles & had seen people walking with them so decided to try them.

Here I am almost a year later & amazing enough my ankle does not ache anymore!  When I walk with the Poles, it reduces the impact on my body & has made all the difference in the world.  I am also dropping weight with a structured eating program & the Walking.

I have dropped a total of 34 pounds.  I still have a long way to go, but am sure I’m on the right path.  I also have arthritis in my knees, but they do not ache at all when I walk with the Walking Poles.  All in all it is amazing how good I feel when I have gone Pole Walking.

Carla – age 64
KelownaBritish Columbia – CA