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Motivator Reduces Hand Strain and Engages Core

Walking pole palm support can help decrease wrist strain by providing additional stability and support to the wrists during walking or hiking activities. Here's how it works:
  1. Weight Distribution: Walking poles help distribute the weight of your body across your arms, shoulders, and wrists. By transferring some of the load from your legs to your upper body, the pressure on your wrists is reduced.
  2. Wrist Alignment: The palm support on walking poles encourages proper wrist alignment. When you grip the pole with your hand, your wrist stays in a neutral position, neither flexed nor extended. This neutral alignment reduces the strain on the tendons and ligaments in the wrist.
  3. Muscle engagement: When using walking poles with palm support, you engage the muscles of your arms, shoulders, and core to propel yourself forward and maintain balance. The poles provide stability, allowing you to push off with your arms and engage your core muscles to maintain an upright posture. This engagement of the core muscles helps to strengthen and tone your abdominal muscles, providing a low-impact workout for your core.
  4. Shock Absorption: Walking poles with palm support often have built-in shock absorption systems. These features help absorb the impact of each step, reducing the amount of force transmitted to the wrists. This can be particularly beneficial when walking on uneven or rocky terrain.
  5. Enhanced Stability: By providing an additional point of contact with the ground, walking poles increase your overall stability. This stability helps prevent sudden jerks or twists that can strain the wrists. The palm support acts as a brace, allowing you to maintain a secure grip on the pole and reducing the risk of slipping or losing control.
  6. Increased Upper Body Engagement: When you use walking poles with palm support, you engage the muscles in your arms, shoulders, and core more actively. This engagement helps distribute the workload across multiple muscle groups, reducing the strain on any particular area, including the wrists.

Overall, walking pole palm support works by promoting proper alignment, distributing weight, absorbing shocks, enhancing stability, and engaging multiple muscle groups. These factors combine to decrease the strain on your wrists and improve your overall comfort and endurance while walking or hiking. The Motivator is designed to meet all of these...check it out today!

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