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Nordic's walk


Meeting place

Yitzhak Rabin Street 

Roissy en Brie 77680

Paul Bessuard Stadium car park

Saturday morning from 8.45 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Wednesday morning for the confirmed from 8:45 a.m. to 12 p.m.

Wednesday evening session " cardio " with Olivier from 7:45 p.m. to 8:45 p.m.

1 month trial with poles!!

Medical certificate specific to Nordic walking


Presentation of Nordic Walking



The origins of Nordic walking

​ Born in Finland in the 1950s,   this technique allowed cross-country ski athletes to continue their training during the summer and maintain their physical condition. Arrived in France in the early 2000s  thanks to a Finn, who now officiates in the training of Nordic walking instructors.

In France, the French Athletics Federation is the delegate for this discipline, and cooperates with the French Federation of Hiking   to develop the activity. A discipline that is gaining more and more followers in France.


The principle of Nordic Walking is to accentuate the natural pendulum movement of the arms and to propel the body forward, with the help of 2 specific sticks, thus creating points of support for the upper body and allowing to align the articular pressures, mainly at the level: of the knees and the hips.

The pace of the walk is generally more sustained than in traditional hiking. The energy expenditure is greater, and yet the fatigue is lower thanks to the poles.


  • A pair of flexible shoes with a low upper to free the ankle (type : hiking or trail running) with good grip and preferably waterproof (waterproof or gore-tex).

  • A top garment that wicks away perspiration and does not hinder movement, for stockings, tights, soft pants or shorts depending on the season.

  • Preferably avoid the backpack (sweating), but rather a waist belt with a small bottle of water.

  • A pair of specific "Nordic Walking" non-retractable poles made of a mixture of 70% carbon and 30% fiberglass (no aluminium!), fitted with bevelled tungsten tips and adapted to the size of the 'user.

The animators are good advice, they are all graduates.

Consult them, for the choice of your sticks or any other questions

The session lasts from 2h00 to 2h30 (depending on the route), in three inseparable and essential parts: -136bad5cf58d_      _cc781905 -5cde-3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde -3194-bb3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde-3194 -bb3b-136bad5cf58d__cc781905-5cde-3194-b b3b-136bad5cf58d_     _cc781905-5cde-3194-bb3b- 136bad5cf58d_

  1. Warm-up: 05 to 10 minutes

  2. Active walking: 1h00 to 2h00 depending on the route

  3. Stretching: 05 to 10 minutes, avoid aches and let the body return to rest.

        Renseignements pratiques 

Membership of the association with a FFRP license is essential (it also gives access to hiking).

The certificate  médical  de "No contraindication to Nordic Walking" is mandatory.

The schedule of sessions is fixed and distributed, for a quarter.

La Marche Nordique a la FFRandonnee

La Marche Nordique a la FFRandonnee

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Your Graduate Animators

Nordic's walk

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Registration form 


Flyer RandOxygene


Nordic Walking Charter


Health questionnaire


Certificate Health Questionnaire 



Season 2022/2023
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