Have You Tried Poling? Poling as exercise for Parkinson’s Disease
Posted by Amy Wright on 12/21/2020 to Active Lifestyles
Several months ago, I was approached by Urban Poling to see if I would like to try their poles. I had tried two different types of poles before. One I did not like at all. The other one worked well for me, but I really only used them when we were traveling. They were a big help when touring in cities with uneven cobblestone streets, climbing hills and keeping me from tripping over my own feet. I had never considered using them for Poling, or Nordic Walking as it is more commonly known.
Stay Healthy With Aquatic Exercises
Staying healthy can mean a million things to someone, it could be vigorous exercise and dieting or it could be the daily, morning walk to get the day started. Being healthy doesn’t always have to mean going to the gym or dieting. Finding a hobby that is as healthy as it is fun can be a great way to stay healthy and active. Some people choose sports, but for those with disabilities or injury, something like swimming can be safer and just as beneficial.
Tips for Managing Back Pain
Chronic pain can really affect the quality of life we strive for, with no way to eliminate it we are constantly searching for new and innovative ways to treat chronic pain. The most common chronic pain is found in the back, neck, and shoulders. There are ways to control those aches and pains without disrupting daily life, but it starts with getting active and healthy.
Staying Fit and Healthy Through Winter
A lot of our favorite exercises require us to be outdoors, swimming, biking, jogging, they’re all outdoor activities. Even sports leagues are known for taking breaks during the winter, the familiar winter freeze is no condition to be in when spending hours outside. Yet, we can’t justify letting go of our health for months at a time, so how do we get around chilly winters?
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