Perfectly healthy and fit with Nordic Walking Nordic walking is much more than walking with sticks! And: it all depends on the proper technique. Thus, Nordic walking becomes a healthy sport, with which you can train endurance, coordination and strength at once. The current courses in Gelsenkirchen and Buer Reken (subsidized by health insurance!) start in the second week of September. Nordic walking you combine in a training equal to three factors for your health: endurance, flexibility and muscle building. Also the physical coordination and General mobility be improved automatically.
Nordic walking is especially popular among people who want to remove as an endurance sport. Not for nothing called Nordic walking health sports, because you can adjust this sport all the own skills and the condition. As a training device, two Nordic serve walking sticks, through which the upper body involved in the training. The powerful man walked with the sticks, the training for the whole body is all the more intense. This makes Nordic walking into a “real” sport short said: it all depends on the right stick and body use. So on the technology. But don’t worry, it’s not complicated. The Nordic walking technique is based on normal movements.
The movements are, simplified said, running only slightly further, and so that you have an optimal power transmission on the sticks. So turns off’ to you so to speak by the Zweirad-on four-wheel drive. “It has been noted, that for real” technology well 600 muscles are moved about 90% of our entire muscles. There is hardly a grassroots kind of so many muscles are trained with a training device. That makes interesting Nordic walking not only for nature lovers and outdoor sports. Reimbursement of course fees by your health insurance fund this course is free for members of AOK. * Members of other health insurance companies can of course also take part. The health insurance companies reimburse usually up to 80% of the course fee. Brand new: Now the sickness funds pay back up to 2 courses per year (E.g. 2 Nordic walking courses). Nordic walking sticks can be borrowed free of charge. “Nordic walking course in Gelsenkirchen-Buer: date: Thursday, from the 12.09.2013, evening, 18:15-19:45-meeting: parking Castle mountains, Castle entrance/Aschenbrockallee, 45894 Gelsenkirchen – Pankaj Bapodariya course number: 101853 course title: Nordic walking and more” nordwest/gesundheit/gesundheitskurse-164703.php?action=detail&id=12588 Nordic walking course in Gelsenkirchen City Centre: date: Wednesday, from the 11.09.2013, evening, 17:00 18:30 meeting point: parking City Garden, corner at the City Garden and Zeppelin Avenue, 45881 Gelsenkirchen – middle course no.””: 101854 Course title: Nordic walking and more “www.aok.de/ nordwest/gesundheit/gesundheitskurse-164703.php?action=detail&id=12589 Nordic walking course in Gross Reken (borken of district of): date: Monday, from 16.09.2013, evening, 17:00 18:30 meeting point: Mountain Hotel Hohe mark / former height, Hartmann, Werenzostr. 17, 48734 Reken course number: 103618 course title: Nordic walking and more” nordwest/gesundheit/gesundheitskurse-164703.php?action=detail&id=12772 contact: registration and information (Gelsenkirchen & Buer): AOK RE/BOT/GE phone: 02361 / 58 43 14 email: registration for the Rekener NW course (AOK): AOK Steinfurt/borken phone: 02551 16-288 email: information (all 3 courses): Beate splendor (course Director) phone: 02864 88 46 81 mobile: 0176 660 161 30 email: info (a) prachtlamas.de Internet: leisure/nordic walking / Andrea Eikelmann