Nordic Walking

Nordic Walking is an enhancement of ordinary walking — it makes something we learn to do as babies …. twice as effective!

Nordic Walking uses poles to in order to add two major benefits to walking

  • The use of poles means the upper body muscles are used as well as the legs
  • The poles help to propel the walker along – this means he/she works harder than usual yet the support given by the poles makes it feel easier!


Nordic Walking is a specific fitness technique and is not to be confused with trekking, hill walking or trail running as the poles are not planted in front of the walker/runner but in a specific way that increases the use of the upper body. It can be done by anybody, anywhere and does not require expensive equipment or clothing. 

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Bellahouston Park

Monday 19th February 2018

11.15 AM - 12.15 PM

Good to know

  • Duration iconDuration: 60 minutes
  • Good for iconGood for Trying something different
  • Intensity iconMore effort
Location: Meeting point at Glasgow Palace of Art Entrance off Paisley Road West. Walk is within Bellahouston Park.

What to bring

Water

comfortabe clothing and shoes

Nordic Walking Poles if you have your own. 

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