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|Title:||Einsatzmöglichkeiten des Nordic Walking zur Prävention - unter spezieller Berücksichtigung der degenerativen Erkrankungen des Bewegungsapparates||Authors:||Gollner, Erwin||Keywords:||Nordic Walking;Bewegungsapparat;Degeneration;Prävention||Issue Date:||2007||Publisher:||E. Weber||Source:||In: Pannonia Research Report, 33-39||Journal:||Pannonia Research Report 2007||Abstract:||Our working and leisure time, which is characterised by a lack of exercise and monotonous movements, has a serious impact on our quality of life and our health. Nowadays phyical inactivity and its negative effects on health have come to be seen as one of the central health problmes of the third millennium. (Nlair 2000) Changing the lifestyle of large sections of the population to include regular exercise that is beneficialto health is an essential prerequisite for individual as well as public health. Moderate training methods taht are beneficial to health like Nordic walking represent a suitable measure against the risk factors lack of exercise and inactivity. Nordic walking has the potential to improve health and well-being, enjoys an excellent image and can rely on a well-developed infrastructure. As a preventive measure it can be used very sucessfully with target groups. When practiced properly and regularly, Nordic walking as an exercise technique that is beneficial to health can thus be regarded as a valuable intrument to prevent degenerative illnessess.||URI:||http://permalink.obvsg.at/AC06479011
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