No, not double-X rated, but the 20th weird online “explanation” of Nordic Walking I”ve found. A website called Sooper Articles contains an eyebrow-raising gem called “what is Nordic Walking” by one Mett Robinson. I hope that the “explanation” is the result of mistranslation, not daunting misinformation on the part of the author.
It [Nordic Walking] is considered an aerobic activity that brings great benefits to the physical state of the practitioners, with a low sense of tiredness. This sport can be practiced outdoors, alone or in company, which will confer a fun feature. There are also various ways to practice: in the water, skates or the most common place is the nature trails.
The techniques are basically accompany the push up and slide, with a hand motion.
The most basic are:
* Keep your shoulders relaxed.
* Do not push too hard and keep the rods in a diagonal position.
* The stick should be pushed behind the pelvis.
* After the push rod should be taken to fast forward and when end of the stick is pushed to open the palm of your hand.
* The foot does come forward while the opposite hand and must fully support the heel to the toes.