Together + Movement

Harness The Power of TogetherVancouver 2010 - Urban Poling

The Urban Poling Team is thrilled to be launching this movement and our mission is twofold: 1) To inspire Canadians of all ages and stages to get together in a literal movement towards better health. 2) To harness that power of movement towards a good cause.   Your body and mind will benefit from Urban Poling; so why not get together and walk towards a good cause! Research has shown that when fitness goals are coupled with a tangible goal/cause – the short term & long term results are always more powerful. For this reason, Urban Poling launched it’s Train for a 5 or 10K course to support our instructors and customers to train for one of the many events which occur every year in this great country. See Together + Movement Events to learn more about events that we as a team have already supported and will continue to support in the future.

As with everything about Urban Poling, it is not just about what we are doing it is about what you are doing! We encourage you to let us know about events that you will be taking part in and we will do our best to support you in those events through promotion and in any other way we can.  Contact us to share your event details with us and to the Movement!

We thank the many who have supported us already and we encourage more to come on board.  We will continue to share quotes and stories through our website, blog & Facebook of those who tell us why they believe in the Urban Poling Together Movement as well as how they intend to inspire people to get moving.


Together Movement

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Provide variety in your routine, try double poling

Use the standard rhythm and technique, but swing both arms forward at the same time planting the boot tips slightly behind the handles. Then, keeping your arms straight, press down on the base of the handles, walk between your poles and feel your arms extend past your thighs and behind your body.
Barb Gormley, Director of Education

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