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  • Alloy or Carbon Pacerpoles
    an Alloy shaft will continue to bend and probably will be able to be straightened a little so it is at least usable again to finish the trek 5 Remember it s good practice to dismantle any shaft after use as condensation can occur inside any tube Damp air can cause the metal alloy thread of the expanding bolt to oxidise as white rough markings so it won t function as smoothly as it should To avoid this just dismantle the Carbon or Alloy shaft into sections stow in the mesh bag and hang somewhere dry until needed Whether Carbon or Alloy Pacerpoles both have the same handles What has a real impact on performance is the way any Pacerpole is used and personalising its shaft height to integrate with your arm s stride action so check the How to Use page on this website WEIGHT v EFFORT In practical terms weight is not just a question of gms or ozs but more importantly how much effort is required to move it Why does carrying a pack by hand take more effort is more tiring than carrying it on your back even though it s exactly the same weight 1 Where the weight is has a significant impact on performance and when applied to poles where the weight is distributed along its length as it integrates with the arm its weighting will influence how much effort is needed to move it Compare the arm leg scenarios lightening up the weight of a boot at the far end of your leg as a pendulum will mean less effort to move the leg so it s less tiring lightening up the weight of your shorts will hardly be noticeable even though it s the same leg that s moving because it s near your hip pivot point as the leg swings through The shaft tip is the equivalent of your foot boot and the pole s top section is the equivalent of your thigh shorts Having the weighting of a pole near to its elbow pivot point means less effort to move it Effort expended or saved is not directly related to the dead weight in gms or ozs of the pole 2 The above scenarios refer to limbs poles when they re off the ground but the reason for using a pole is to have it for loading thrusting against for each step on the ground Controlling this thrust from a suspended strap fixed to a shaft wastes a lot of effort this is the equivalent of the leg s walking action on soft sand which is very tiring inefficient especially when compared to walking on solid ground thrusting against something firm which doesn t give way This firm ground is the equivalent of the 3D contoured Pacerpole handle so the hand arm can push directly against the contours controlling the arm s action without gripping and without wasting effort rather than by trying to control a 3D soft sand action

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  • Alloy or Carbon Pacerpoles
    an Alloy shaft will continue to bend and probably will be able to be straightened a little so it is at least usable again to finish the trek 5 Remember it s good practice to dismantle any shaft after use as condensation can occur inside any tube Damp air can cause the metal alloy thread of the expanding bolt to oxidise as white rough markings so it won t function as smoothly as it should To avoid this just dismantle the Carbon or Alloy shaft into sections stow in the mesh bag and hang somewhere dry until needed Whether Carbon or Alloy Pacerpoles both have the same handles What has a real impact on performance is the way any Pacerpole is used and personalising its shaft height to integrate with your arm s stride action so check the How to Use page on this website WEIGHT v EFFORT In practical terms weight is not just a question of gms or ozs but more importantly how much effort is required to move it Why does carrying a pack by hand take more effort is more tiring than carrying it on your back even though it s exactly the same weight 1 Where the weight is has a significant impact on performance and when applied to poles where the weight is distributed along its length as it integrates with the arm its weighting will influence how much effort is needed to move it Compare the arm leg scenarios lightening up the weight of a boot at the far end of your leg as a pendulum will mean less effort to move the leg so it s less tiring lightening up the weight of your shorts will hardly be noticeable even though it s the same leg that s moving because it s near your hip pivot point as the leg swings through The shaft tip is the equivalent of your foot boot and the pole s top section is the equivalent of your thigh shorts Having the weighting of a pole near to its elbow pivot point means less effort to move it Effort expended or saved is not directly related to the dead weight in gms or ozs of the pole 2 The above scenarios refer to limbs poles when they re off the ground but the reason for using a pole is to have it for loading thrusting against for each step on the ground Controlling this thrust from a suspended strap fixed to a shaft wastes a lot of effort this is the equivalent of the leg s walking action on soft sand which is very tiring inefficient especially when compared to walking on solid ground thrusting against something firm which doesn t give way This firm ground is the equivalent of the 3D contoured Pacerpole handle so the hand arm can push directly against the contours controlling the arm s action without gripping and without wasting effort rather than by trying to control a 3D soft sand action

    Original URL path: http://www.pacerpole.com/faq/why-use-poles/XX%2884%29 (2016-01-08)
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  • Alloy or Carbon Pacerpoles
    will continue to bend and probably will be able to be straightened a little so it is at least usable again to finish the trek 5 Remember it s good practice to dismantle any shaft after use as condensation can occur inside any tube Damp air can cause the metal alloy thread of the expanding bolt to oxidise as white rough markings so it won t function as smoothly as it should To avoid this just dismantle the Carbon or Alloy shaft into sections stow in the mesh bag and hang somewhere dry until needed Whether Carbon or Alloy Pacerpoles both have the same handles What has a real impact on performance is the way any Pacerpole is used and personalising its shaft height to integrate with your arm s stride action so check the How to Use page on this website WEIGHT v EFFORT In practical terms weight is not just a question of gms or ozs but more importantly how much effort is required to move it Why does carrying a pack by hand take more effort is more tiring than carrying it on your back even though it s exactly the same weight 1 Where the weight is has a significant impact on performance and when applied to poles where the weight is distributed along its length as it integrates with the arm its weighting will influence how much effort is needed to move it Compare the arm leg scenarios lightening up the weight of a boot at the far end of your leg as a pendulum will mean less effort to move the leg so it s less tiring lightening up the weight of your shorts will hardly be noticeable even though it s the same leg that s moving because it s near your hip pivot point as the leg swings through The shaft tip is the equivalent of your foot boot and the pole s top section is the equivalent of your thigh shorts Having the weighting of a pole near to its elbow pivot point means less effort to move it Effort expended or saved is not directly related to the dead weight in gms or ozs of the pole 2 The above scenarios refer to limbs poles when they re off the ground but the reason for using a pole is to have it for loading thrusting against for each step on the ground Controlling this thrust from a suspended strap fixed to a shaft wastes a lot of effort this is the equivalent of the leg s walking action on soft sand which is very tiring inefficient especially when compared to walking on solid ground thrusting against something firm which doesn t give way This firm ground is the equivalent of the 3D contoured Pacerpole handle so the hand arm can push directly against the contours controlling the arm s action without gripping and without wasting effort rather than by trying to control a 3D soft sand action indirectly through the

    Original URL path: http://www.pacerpole.com/reviews/user-pacerpole-reviews/XX%2884%29 (2016-01-08)
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  • Alloy or Carbon Pacerpoles
    will continue to bend and probably will be able to be straightened a little so it is at least usable again to finish the trek 5 Remember it s good practice to dismantle any shaft after use as condensation can occur inside any tube Damp air can cause the metal alloy thread of the expanding bolt to oxidise as white rough markings so it won t function as smoothly as it should To avoid this just dismantle the Carbon or Alloy shaft into sections stow in the mesh bag and hang somewhere dry until needed Whether Carbon or Alloy Pacerpoles both have the same handles What has a real impact on performance is the way any Pacerpole is used and personalising its shaft height to integrate with your arm s stride action so check the How to Use page on this website WEIGHT v EFFORT In practical terms weight is not just a question of gms or ozs but more importantly how much effort is required to move it Why does carrying a pack by hand take more effort is more tiring than carrying it on your back even though it s exactly the same weight 1 Where the weight is has a significant impact on performance and when applied to poles where the weight is distributed along its length as it integrates with the arm its weighting will influence how much effort is needed to move it Compare the arm leg scenarios lightening up the weight of a boot at the far end of your leg as a pendulum will mean less effort to move the leg so it s less tiring lightening up the weight of your shorts will hardly be noticeable even though it s the same leg that s moving because it s near your hip pivot point as the leg swings through The shaft tip is the equivalent of your foot boot and the pole s top section is the equivalent of your thigh shorts Having the weighting of a pole near to its elbow pivot point means less effort to move it Effort expended or saved is not directly related to the dead weight in gms or ozs of the pole 2 The above scenarios refer to limbs poles when they re off the ground but the reason for using a pole is to have it for loading thrusting against for each step on the ground Controlling this thrust from a suspended strap fixed to a shaft wastes a lot of effort this is the equivalent of the leg s walking action on soft sand which is very tiring inefficient especially when compared to walking on solid ground thrusting against something firm which doesn t give way This firm ground is the equivalent of the 3D contoured Pacerpole handle so the hand arm can push directly against the contours controlling the arm s action without gripping and without wasting effort rather than by trying to control a 3D soft sand action indirectly through the

    Original URL path: http://www.pacerpole.com/reviews/healthfitness-pacerpole-reviews/XX%2884%29 (2016-01-08)
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  • Alloy or Carbon Pacerpoles
    Alloy shaft will continue to bend and probably will be able to be straightened a little so it is at least usable again to finish the trek 5 Remember it s good practice to dismantle any shaft after use as condensation can occur inside any tube Damp air can cause the metal alloy thread of the expanding bolt to oxidise as white rough markings so it won t function as smoothly as it should To avoid this just dismantle the Carbon or Alloy shaft into sections stow in the mesh bag and hang somewhere dry until needed Whether Carbon or Alloy Pacerpoles both have the same handles What has a real impact on performance is the way any Pacerpole is used and personalising its shaft height to integrate with your arm s stride action so check the How to Use page on this website WEIGHT v EFFORT In practical terms weight is not just a question of gms or ozs but more importantly how much effort is required to move it Why does carrying a pack by hand take more effort is more tiring than carrying it on your back even though it s exactly the same weight 1 Where the weight is has a significant impact on performance and when applied to poles where the weight is distributed along its length as it integrates with the arm its weighting will influence how much effort is needed to move it Compare the arm leg scenarios lightening up the weight of a boot at the far end of your leg as a pendulum will mean less effort to move the leg so it s less tiring lightening up the weight of your shorts will hardly be noticeable even though it s the same leg that s moving because it s near your hip pivot point as the leg swings through The shaft tip is the equivalent of your foot boot and the pole s top section is the equivalent of your thigh shorts Having the weighting of a pole near to its elbow pivot point means less effort to move it Effort expended or saved is not directly related to the dead weight in gms or ozs of the pole 2 The above scenarios refer to limbs poles when they re off the ground but the reason for using a pole is to have it for loading thrusting against for each step on the ground Controlling this thrust from a suspended strap fixed to a shaft wastes a lot of effort this is the equivalent of the leg s walking action on soft sand which is very tiring inefficient especially when compared to walking on solid ground thrusting against something firm which doesn t give way This firm ground is the equivalent of the 3D contoured Pacerpole handle so the hand arm can push directly against the contours controlling the arm s action without gripping and without wasting effort rather than by trying to control a 3D soft sand action indirectly

    Original URL path: http://www.pacerpole.com/facebook/XX%2884%29 (2016-01-08)
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  • Alloy or Carbon Pacerpoles
    Alloy shaft will continue to bend and probably will be able to be straightened a little so it is at least usable again to finish the trek 5 Remember it s good practice to dismantle any shaft after use as condensation can occur inside any tube Damp air can cause the metal alloy thread of the expanding bolt to oxidise as white rough markings so it won t function as smoothly as it should To avoid this just dismantle the Carbon or Alloy shaft into sections stow in the mesh bag and hang somewhere dry until needed Whether Carbon or Alloy Pacerpoles both have the same handles What has a real impact on performance is the way any Pacerpole is used and personalising its shaft height to integrate with your arm s stride action so check the How to Use page on this website WEIGHT v EFFORT In practical terms weight is not just a question of gms or ozs but more importantly how much effort is required to move it Why does carrying a pack by hand take more effort is more tiring than carrying it on your back even though it s exactly the same weight 1 Where the weight is has a significant impact on performance and when applied to poles where the weight is distributed along its length as it integrates with the arm its weighting will influence how much effort is needed to move it Compare the arm leg scenarios lightening up the weight of a boot at the far end of your leg as a pendulum will mean less effort to move the leg so it s less tiring lightening up the weight of your shorts will hardly be noticeable even though it s the same leg that s moving because it s near your hip pivot point as the leg swings through The shaft tip is the equivalent of your foot boot and the pole s top section is the equivalent of your thigh shorts Having the weighting of a pole near to its elbow pivot point means less effort to move it Effort expended or saved is not directly related to the dead weight in gms or ozs of the pole 2 The above scenarios refer to limbs poles when they re off the ground but the reason for using a pole is to have it for loading thrusting against for each step on the ground Controlling this thrust from a suspended strap fixed to a shaft wastes a lot of effort this is the equivalent of the leg s walking action on soft sand which is very tiring inefficient especially when compared to walking on solid ground thrusting against something firm which doesn t give way This firm ground is the equivalent of the 3D contoured Pacerpole handle so the hand arm can push directly against the contours controlling the arm s action without gripping and without wasting effort rather than by trying to control a 3D soft sand action indirectly

    Original URL path: http://www.pacerpole.com/facebook/pacerpole-walking/XX%2884%29 (2016-01-08)
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  • Alloy or Carbon Pacerpoles
    shaft will continue to bend and probably will be able to be straightened a little so it is at least usable again to finish the trek 5 Remember it s good practice to dismantle any shaft after use as condensation can occur inside any tube Damp air can cause the metal alloy thread of the expanding bolt to oxidise as white rough markings so it won t function as smoothly as it should To avoid this just dismantle the Carbon or Alloy shaft into sections stow in the mesh bag and hang somewhere dry until needed Whether Carbon or Alloy Pacerpoles both have the same handles What has a real impact on performance is the way any Pacerpole is used and personalising its shaft height to integrate with your arm s stride action so check the How to Use page on this website WEIGHT v EFFORT In practical terms weight is not just a question of gms or ozs but more importantly how much effort is required to move it Why does carrying a pack by hand take more effort is more tiring than carrying it on your back even though it s exactly the same weight 1 Where the weight is has a significant impact on performance and when applied to poles where the weight is distributed along its length as it integrates with the arm its weighting will influence how much effort is needed to move it Compare the arm leg scenarios lightening up the weight of a boot at the far end of your leg as a pendulum will mean less effort to move the leg so it s less tiring lightening up the weight of your shorts will hardly be noticeable even though it s the same leg that s moving because it s near your hip pivot point as the leg swings through The shaft tip is the equivalent of your foot boot and the pole s top section is the equivalent of your thigh shorts Having the weighting of a pole near to its elbow pivot point means less effort to move it Effort expended or saved is not directly related to the dead weight in gms or ozs of the pole 2 The above scenarios refer to limbs poles when they re off the ground but the reason for using a pole is to have it for loading thrusting against for each step on the ground Controlling this thrust from a suspended strap fixed to a shaft wastes a lot of effort this is the equivalent of the leg s walking action on soft sand which is very tiring inefficient especially when compared to walking on solid ground thrusting against something firm which doesn t give way This firm ground is the equivalent of the 3D contoured Pacerpole handle so the hand arm can push directly against the contours controlling the arm s action without gripping and without wasting effort rather than by trying to control a 3D soft sand action indirectly through

    Original URL path: http://www.pacerpole.com/contact-us/keep-up-to-date/XX%2884%29 (2016-01-08)
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  • Alloy or Carbon Pacerpoles
    shaft will continue to bend and probably will be able to be straightened a little so it is at least usable again to finish the trek 5 Remember it s good practice to dismantle any shaft after use as condensation can occur inside any tube Damp air can cause the metal alloy thread of the expanding bolt to oxidise as white rough markings so it won t function as smoothly as it should To avoid this just dismantle the Carbon or Alloy shaft into sections stow in the mesh bag and hang somewhere dry until needed Whether Carbon or Alloy Pacerpoles both have the same handles What has a real impact on performance is the way any Pacerpole is used and personalising its shaft height to integrate with your arm s stride action so check the How to Use page on this website WEIGHT v EFFORT In practical terms weight is not just a question of gms or ozs but more importantly how much effort is required to move it Why does carrying a pack by hand take more effort is more tiring than carrying it on your back even though it s exactly the same weight 1 Where the weight is has a significant impact on performance and when applied to poles where the weight is distributed along its length as it integrates with the arm its weighting will influence how much effort is needed to move it Compare the arm leg scenarios lightening up the weight of a boot at the far end of your leg as a pendulum will mean less effort to move the leg so it s less tiring lightening up the weight of your shorts will hardly be noticeable even though it s the same leg that s moving because it s near your hip pivot point as the leg swings through The shaft tip is the equivalent of your foot boot and the pole s top section is the equivalent of your thigh shorts Having the weighting of a pole near to its elbow pivot point means less effort to move it Effort expended or saved is not directly related to the dead weight in gms or ozs of the pole 2 The above scenarios refer to limbs poles when they re off the ground but the reason for using a pole is to have it for loading thrusting against for each step on the ground Controlling this thrust from a suspended strap fixed to a shaft wastes a lot of effort this is the equivalent of the leg s walking action on soft sand which is very tiring inefficient especially when compared to walking on solid ground thrusting against something firm which doesn t give way This firm ground is the equivalent of the 3D contoured Pacerpole handle so the hand arm can push directly against the contours controlling the arm s action without gripping and without wasting effort rather than by trying to control a 3D soft sand action indirectly through

    Original URL path: http://www.pacerpole.com/contact-us/history-of-pacerpole/XX%2884%29 (2016-01-08)
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