Nordic walking

  • Training duration: 50-60 min.
  • Intensity: Low
  • Physical skills being developed: Muscular endurance, balance, range of motion, agility, coordination, efficiency of movement, visual skills, strength and power.
  • What to bring to the training? Sportswear depending on the weather and athletic shoes.

Compared to regular walking, Nordic walking (also called pole walking) involves applying force to the poles with each stride. Nordic walkers use more of their entire body (with greater intensity) and receive fitness building stimulation not present in normal walking for the chest, latissimus dorsi muscle, triceps, biceps, shoulder, abdominals, spinal and other core muscles that may result in significant increases in heart rate at a given pace. Nordic walking has been estimated as producing up to a 46% increase in energy consumption, compared to walking without poles.
Select the day and time when you wish to attend lectures and fill in the registration form. After registration each student will receive a QR code. Student must bring QR code to the lectures.
hours/days of the week Mondays Wednesdays
12:10 Registration Registration
14:30 Registration Registration
16:20 Registration Registration
There is a limit of how many students can participate in one lecture. If you were not able to register in specific hour, please choose another time or another sport.
The priority line - for students who are choosing modules "Physical activity and health" and "Healthy lifestyle".
Coach - Daiva Višinskienė
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