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Setting your nordic walking poles at the correct height is an important key to being comfortable and in turn being truly ...
relaxed and enjoying your poles!
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Female Speaker: Setting your poles at the correct height is an important key to be comfortable insuring against possible injury and in turn being truly relaxed and enjoying your poles. If your poles are set too high you have a harder time controlling them. You will be more act to hitting to the ground or have them slip up from underneath to as well you will find your more quickly wear out your pole tips.
If you poles are set to low you will tend to lean to far forward putting unnecessary stress on your lower back. You want your poles to be perpendicular to the ground with your forearm sitting parallel or just a head about your keen fit walking poles are two piece Telescopic. They are easy to adjust for both comfort and connivence. To extend your poles you must first loosen them off to do so pulled on to the upper section while turning the lower section to the left towards you.
Then slide the two sections apart after determining your correct height you need to lock them into position to do this turn the lower section to the right away from it. The easiest way to remember is riding tidy left to you using. After you have set the height of your poles it's important to set the direction of your road foot. Turn the pole foot down so that it is in the same direction as your strap the easiest way to remember is toe down, strap down. Next you must adjust your pole straps there is a right and left noted on each strap first loosen of the well cork on the strap allowing enough room for your hand to slide through.
Take your grip of the pole handle well passing the well cork across the back of your hand not your wrist. You pull the corroded out of the end of the pole handle to set the height of the pole strap. You don't want your hand to be too high or too low against the cork use the wedge-shaped plug to set the desired height. Play around with until your grip feels just right generally it works best if your hand is mid cork with the palm hand sitting comfortably in the feel of your palm. Remember to relax your hand and use the strap.