Today I finally Nordic Walked all the way to the Avantidrome. It’s a nice walk with a beautiful scenery.
We had a lovely foggy Nordic Walk this Saturday morning in Cambridge.
Cambridge has lost its crown for being the sunshine city. This morning we gathered in cloudy, windy and sometimes rainy conditions for our fortnightly Nordic Walk.
A special Thank You to Gabby Byrne, Waipa Active & Well Coordinator from Sport Waikato for joining us.
This morning was the launch of the Health Nordic Walk in Cambridge. Good practise and fitness under the sun.
Third class at Lake Te Koutu. To practise how to extend our arms fully, we practised double poling: plant both poles together and push fully back until the elbows extend. This drill was found very useful among most participants.
Today was our second class at Lake Te Koutu. We focused on our shoulders, arms, and hands. We practised uphill as well.
I met an amazing group of ladies this morning for the first session of our Beginner Class at Lake Te Koutu. At 9.30am Te Koutu Lake wasn’t too busy. We started doing our “dragging” exercises to get used to the Nordic Walking movement. The weather was amazing. Looking forward to the second session.
It’s the beginning of Autumn and the lights tonight were just amazing around the Hamilton Gardens. We Nordic Walked along the Waikato River by the cemetery and finished up around Turtle Lake. We even made it to the Hamilton trig.
Our Nordic Walk started tonight by the golf club at St Andrews Terr. We enjoyed the beautiful scenery along the Waikato River until we reached the Pukete Footbridge and then returned.