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Central Park Nordic Walk

Central Park Nordic Walk

Enjoy our new Nordic Walk around Central Park

Enjoy a beautiful scenic guided walk in and around Central Park. Meet like-minded friendly people whilst getting a full body work-out using the Nordic walking technique which you will be shown. All equipment will be provided, all you need is a pair of trainers, bags of enthusiasm and a sense of humour.

Day and time: Every Tuesday at 1.30pm
Meeting place: Buttercross Cafe, Central Park
Walk length: 60 – 90 minutes
Walk leaders: Kerry McCondach – 01733 864 738

See our 10 local walks and 5 Nordic walks call Kerry, Vivacity’s friendly walk co-ordinator on 01733 864 738 or email Kerry.mccondach@vivacity-peterborough.com.

All Vivacity gym members can enjoy Nordic Walking for FREE with non-members paying just £4 per session with FREE use of equipment.

About Nordic Walking

 

Nordic Walking is a specific fitness technique where walking poles are used to propel the body forward, increasing the use of your upper body compared to regular walking. It can be done by anyone, anywhere, requiring no expensive equipment or clothing except the use of specially designed poles.

Nordic walking is unique in that it provides benefits for everyone from those who are super fit to those with specific medical problems and whatever age. There is no need to wear special exercise clothing, it can be done anywhere , its suitable for any age and any fitness level and its VERY sociable. All equipment will be provided FREE of charge.

The benefits:

• Tones the upper and lower body the same
• Uses 90% of skeletal muscles
• Burns 46% more calories than ordinary walking
• Great for the Heart and Lungs
• Reduces pressure on knees and joints
• Ideal for neck, shoulder and back problems
• Poles help to propel you along, making it easier to move faster than normal without feeling the effort

Please website for added infomation

Who to contact

Contact Name
Kerry McCondach
Telephone
E-mail
kerry.mccondach@vivacity-peterborough.com
Website
nordicwalking.co.uk/

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