Fitness Walking Poles

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1/6/2015 by Katherine

Very pleased.


Walking with bungy sticks.

1/1/2015 by Gracia

I am a walker, but was getting bored. I received these for Christmas. I love them. Feel it in my arms, legs and core.
Plus your heart rate goes up and feel great after my walk.


Love them so far

12/22/2014 by Kathleen

Have used them for about a week and feel we are getting a really good workout. Quite easy to get used to.



12/21/2014 by Tee

Takes one or two walks to find your groove but once you get it it's a great exercise tool. Don't know what the red buttons on the top or four: can anyone answer that?


Most of all, they're fun.

11/28/2014 by dian

Took them out for the first time yesterday. Was curious to know if I could go off-roading and was pleased to see I could indeed. Lightweight helps here. On tarmac I made exceptional strides - I felt like Atlas astride the globe! I followed my usual route to the top of the hill near the chestnut tree Luther Burbank planted back in the day and realized how quickly I'd arrived and how my upper body was feeling - a much higher use of available oxygen - tremendous. Like ordinary walking on steroids, if that isn't too dreadful a simile. I grew used to the sight of walkers using sticks in Switzerland and although I see less of it here in the US, the trend is coming. Most of all, it's fun!


good enough

11/14/2014 by christine

love them!


100% Satisfied

10/15/2014 by Ron

I was worried but optimistic. But after my first walk with the poles I am an evangelist!

I'm 305lbs and walking is my primary mode of exercise.

Felt the core engagement right away and my arms responded really well.

If you want a better all around workout that can even shorten the time needed for your walk, GET A PAIR OF THESE!


Very nice product

10/14/2014 by Beth

These are nice they are a lot lighter than I thought they'd be. I'm sure I'll get lots use with them


I love them!!

9/28/2014 by Maria

I love my bungy walking poles! Thay give me stability and make me stronger! I look forward to my hike every day! I got the slimline but once i'm stronger i will get one with more resistance! Thanks!


Fantastic fitness boost!

9/17/2014 by Kaiva

I've used these only a few times but already I find them to be an enjoyable and invigorating addition to my fitness mix. They are sturdy, comfortable and readily adjustible. My typical hikes involve a mix of steep uphill/downhill over a variety of surfaces: asphalt, gravel, grass, rocky soil and sand. On less dramatic inclines they provide an experience not unlike cross-country skiing. The bungy aspect allows you to give and take as much from the workout as you like, as well as a rhythmic effect that helps keep you on pace. Hopefully they'll sell replacement caps for the tips at some point.

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The BungyPump Story

BungyPump - Fitness Walking Poles

Power Walk

It’s not as high impact as other forms of exercise, and that’s exactly what makes walking such a healthy way to stay fit. Now, walking can do even more than strengthen your lower body.

BungyPump fitness poles transform a walk or hike into a total body workout that activates 90% of your muscles and burns up to 77% more calories compared to normal walking. Unlike rigid walking sticks, BungyPump features built-in suspension and provides smooth and steady resistance every time the poles are pressed down, no jarring or straining. The amount of resistance varies by model, ranging from 8 pounds for
recreational walkers to 13 pounds for more active lifestyles. Whichever BungyPump model you choose, the pole height is adjustable.

BungyPump originated in Sweden as an off-season training tool for cross-country skiers. But, given its ease of use, we’re not surprised it has become a favorite form of exercise among Nordic people from all walks of life. Physical therapists have even been known to recommend BungyPump for those recovering from injuries and back problems. These poles are made for strengthening not only your legs, but your core and arms as well.
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