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?

Carolyn uses Poles every time she leaves the house!

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Carolyn uses Poles every time she leaves the house!

Your newsletter arrived in my e-mail box today just as I was thinking of looking up your website. I hit a milestone today – wore out my first pair of road shoes (they’re so cute!).

I use them every time I leave the house. I have arthritic knees and a bad back, and have been using the Poles instead of a cane.

Walking is so much easier and actually fun with the Poles; I feel so upright and centered. With the cane I felt crooked, and walking was merely a chore.

I used to feel like a novelty, and continue to be regularly questioned about the Poles, but actually more and more people in Iowa City are beginning to use Poles. A friend who just returned from 6 months in Europe tells me the Poles are exceedingly common there. I once encountered an elderly nun, who looked at my Poles and exclaimed “I have a pair of those; aren’t they wonderful?”

Carolyn – age 65
Iowa CityIowa – US