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Nordic Walking the workout that tones the whole body! Nordic walking is an enhancement of ordinary walking, it makes something we can all do..twice as effective! It is a specific fitness technique and is not to be confused with trekking, hill walking or rambling. Nordic Walking poles add two major benefits to going for a walk, they use the upper body muscles and they propel you along, making it feel easier to work quite hard! In order to gain maximum benefit from Nordic Walking, it is essential to learn the corect technique from a qualified Instructor who is licensed by Nordic Walking uk.

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