This form of sport originating in Scandinavia is good for your heart and circulation system, besides subjecting your joints to a minimum of stress.
In contrast to normal walking or jogging, Nordic Walking not only activates your leg muscles. Almost all of the muscles in the upper body are likewise given a good work-out – especially the muscles of the arms, shoulders, chest, and back.
Nordic Walking is not only fun – After 25 minutes, your body begins producing endorphins which will raise your mode. Indeed, it is one of the healthiest forms of sport you can find.
For whom is this form of sport suitable?
It is suitable for beginners, pleasure-strollers, persons undergoing physical rehabilitation, and hikers. You can practice this sport at the pace you prefer – either slow, or fast. It's the ideal form of exercise, and here are the ideal
Professionals to contact to arrange for a guided tour or private lessons:
Instructor Peter Unterhauser, phone: 349 2342051 – www.peter-nordicsports.com
Instructor Ursula Thaler, phone: 333 3534935
Nordic Walking Classes for Beginners and Advanced Walkers with Our Trained Instructors
Deutschnofen / Nova Ponente: Every Friday, from 9:30 a.m. till 11:30 a.m. Meeting place: Deutschnofen / Nova Ponente Tourism Office.
Registration by 5:00 p.m. of the previous day at the Tourism Office. We will provide the walking poles. Participation is free of charge.