7 Muscles You'll Use When Adding Jetti Poles to Your Walking Workout

7 Muscles You'll Use When Adding Jetti Poles to Your Walking Workout

When you lace up your sneakers and head out the door for a walk, you know it will be great exercise for your legs. Engaging your calves, glutes, hamstrings, and quadriceps, you’re strengthening your lower body with every step. But there’s a way to burn more calories, get added balance and stability, and transform your walk into a full-body workout. By simply adding a pair of Jetti Poles to your walk, you’ll be working even more muscles and getting an even better workout. 


Regular Walking vs Jetti Walking Infographic


Because you’ll be lifting your Jetti Poles with each step, your shoulders, deltoids, biceps and triceps will be engaged, and the swinging motion you’ll do as you propel yourself forward will work your trapezius muscles in your back.

Holding onto the grips is a great way to call your forearms into action, not to mention improving your grip strength. You can read more about why grip strength is important for healthy aging here.

And, let’s not forget about your core. When you walk with Jetti Poles, your core kicks in to keep your shoulders back and hips in alignment as you move.

So next time you head out for a walk, grab a set of Jetti Poles and discover how you can transform regular walking into a full-body workout by Jetti Walking.


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