Nordic walking Forum Khabarovsk parents of Hamama
Nordic walking, which in translation from English — nordic walking is one of the types of fitnes, and practice walking in the fresh air, where for the sake of increasing the load on the muscles and heart, are special, similar to ski poles.
A great way of strengthening the body is Nordic walking. This sport and fitnes originated in Finland about 1940. Profesional skiers to keep in shape during the summer time walking with ski poles.
At first the walk was not given proper interest. But after 1980 there were a number of studies that have highlighted the benets of Nordic walking, it became very popular.
“Nordic walking is an ideal form of fitnes for those who are physically inactive and cannot bring myself to go to gyms, aerobics, physical education and sport. We can say that Nordic walking is a sport for the lazy: not burdensome at first glance, the walk, which, nevertheles, gives the load on the heart, lungs and muscles. Nordic walking is almost the only type of fitnes that is shown is also very full and very elderly people”.
Nordic multilateral walking has a positive impact on health. She trains about 90 percent of all muscles in the body, improves their tone; improves heart; lowers cholesterol; heals the lungs and the entire respiratory system; trains the cardiovascular system; improves the functioning of all joints; reduces presure on the knees and spine, reduces stres on the lower back; relieves pain in neck and shoulders; corrects posture; increases stability and balance, improves coordination; improves mood; promotes weight los.
But why Nordic walking has become so popular? First of all, because when walking with ski poles involved in up to 90% of body muscles. At a time when under normal walking only 40. As for burning calories, and then doubled the advantage is not in favor of conventional walk.
– 1 hour of regular walking burns about 300 calories – are 45% of the body muscles.
– 1 hour of Nordic walking burns approximately 700 calories – is involved 90% of the body muscles.
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