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All of this while enjoying nature and at your own pace thanks to Itiwit’s crafts designed for all levels... So, what do the people want? Paddles, of course!
Each well-executed paddle stroke works the muscles of your arms and shoulders, which quickly gain strength and power. But while doing so, other parts of your body are also being exercised:
You are already in shape but want to tap a little more into your reserves? Divide the workout! Paddle vigorously for 1 min and then switch to a more moderate pace for 2 or 3 min. Then do it over and over!
Kayaking is also an effective way to raise your heart rate and burn more calories. It is definitely a great calorie-consuming workout, and it helps tone your muscles.
Each well-executed paddle stroke works the muscles of your arms and shoulders, which quickly gain strength and power.
Kayaking offers other advantages if you want to tap into your reserves without causing trauma to your body, as jogging might, for example. It makes for a more suitable activity if you have sensitive knees or hips.
Conversely, given its completeness, kayaking is an excellent complementary activity if you are an off-road athlete: especially if you already exercise your lower body a lot through running or cycling.
With the return of sunny days or after a period of convalescence, returning to physical activity requires a good dose of motivation. Don't want to run amidst car exhaust or pedal in a gym? The kayak can once again make the difference when it comes to getting back in shape. Although this activity requires a bit of time and organization, it helps you to disconnect on many levels:
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