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POP UP Walks are free community walks, open to all walkers, poles provided and a quick intro to basic technique to help newbies get excited! These walks are led by Linda Lemke We are hoping more walks can be scheduled … Continue reading
As we kick off the 2023 Nordic Walking Season here is a list of the classes that I know of in the Twin Cities. If you are teaching or know of other classes please let me know so we can … Continue reading
Summer of 2021 actually began in December with the article in the Star Tribune by Kevyn Burger touting Nordic Walking as the perfect pandemic fitness activity. Even tho it came out in the winter, in Minnesota, it sparked off a … Continue reading
I woke up to new snow on the ground here in Bozeman Montana, it’s our winter home featuring lots of skiing up at Big Sky! Funny thing about that snow, it made me think of spring time and Nordic walking. … Continue reading
I went for a quick walk this morning, 2 miles to start my day with a paddle and a round of golf planned for later. It was indeed a quick walk – 2.34 miles, average pace 13:55 per mile, 4,400 … Continue reading
The most common question from new walkers is “Where are the groups?” It’s always more fun with a group and Nordic Walkers are no exception. To be successful with a new activity you need a buddy and a schedule so … Continue reading
The family home I’ve known since 1962, 26 acres of gentleman farm just outside Minneapolis, Minnesota has been sold and will be developed as a community for many families to enjoy a very special place to live. That means that … Continue reading
The tulip, one of the first spring flowers, is the symbol for Parkinson’s disease. A colorful reminder about the National Paarkinson Foundations’ Moving Day this Saturday. Moving Day Walk is a fun, inspiring fundraising event that unites families, friends and communities in … Continue reading