Nordic Walking the SAD away October 24 2014
British Summer Time (BST) comes to an official end this weekend when we set our clocks back an hour on Sunday. With the time change approaching that also means cases of SAD (seasonal affective disorder) will also be on the rise. The NHS recommends exercise as a proven way of helping to ease the symptoms--what better way to get that movement than heading outdoors for a Nordic Walk? Even if you aren't able to participate during the daylight hours, the exercise combined with the social aspect of Nordic Walking will improve your mood and outlook for hours afterwards! Banish the winter blues and improve your fitness with the activity that is non-impact and burns up to 46% more calories than regular walking.
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