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Stay Active!

The More you Move, will just help you feel better!!!

  Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults 18-64 years

The more you are in motion, the greater the benefits.


Here are some targets you can aim at gradually reaching:

  • Five times a week, do at least 30 minutes (in periods of 10 minutes or more) of an activity that leaves you slightly short of breath, such as taking a Nordic  Walk, long walk, bicycling, using an exercise bike or snow-shoeing.

  • Twice a week, do at least 30 minutes of muscle strengthening exercises (for example, using free weights, physical fitness devices or your own body weight), as well as exercises to maintain your flexibility and balance. Nordic Walking provides an aerobic  exercise (the poles propel you forward), resistance exercise (use the straps and push on the poles), flexibility and balance (just walk on differ terrains and do your warm-up and cool-downs exercises for extra  stretching).



What is the single best thing we can do for our health is a question Dr. Mike Evans – professor, health researcher, physician and health columnist – has asked.


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Nordic Pole Walking is a low-impact exercise that provides the highest benefits for health, wellness and fitness for people of all ages and fitness levels.

Anyone can become a Nordic Pole Walker and instantly experience the benefits of poling.  Pole Walking  has been proven and validated through many scientific and clinical research studies to be a catalyst in promotion of improving your health, physical activity and rehabilitation.

Nordic Walking & the Canada Physical Activity Guidelines

  Canadian Physical Activity Guidelines for Adults 18-64 years

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