This is the only walking pole in the exerstrider line we recommend for individuals living with neurological conditions:
Benefits of this particular pole: It is telescoping with a locking system so you can travel with the poles. If your a "snow bird" or travel frequently I highly recommend this pair since they pack nicely into a suitcase.
The website has instructional videos that will teach you how to walk with the poles. I highly encourage you to watch the videos so your poles don't end up in a corner of your closet!!
Benefits of this particular pole: If you have arthritis in your hands and want a "hands-free" pole consider this one. Because they come with straps you don't have to hang onto to the pole! If you have big "farmers" hands however the straps can be too tight.
When you buy poles from this company they come in one solid length for your height. So before you order know how tall you are when you are barefoot. You will see a box that says "Choose an option" and then it will give you different heights. Pick your correct height and your set to go!
If you live locally, we are very happy to order the poles for you and give you personal instruction. Just call and make an appointment at 701-261-3142.
Thank you for ordering your BioMat from HeartSprings. BioMat's are "distributor only" products. This means that any website that has information about a BioMat is another distributor's website. That's not a problem, but if you wish to support HeartSprings mission of helping those with brain disorders please consider filling out the order form and have it ready (downloadable form is available at top left of paragraph). We will process your credit card over the phone. If you are medical professional or an energy healer we will need your certificate or license information OR a veteran you will receive a $100 discount.
Lt. Colonel Charles Olsgaard, Retired recently passed away in October 2018, but he absolutely LOVED HeartSprings Tremble Clef Choir! He used to sing in musical theater and the choir, under Michelle Gelinske's direction gave him an opportunity to sing even when his voice wasn't like it used to be due to his Parkinson's disease. Plus the choir provided him and his wife friendships with others in the choir providing a tight knit community of singers dealing with the same thing. "Use your voice!," he said. And even at the end he was able to sing through every verse of his favorite hymns. Blessed be his memory! Thanks Chuck for your good humor and stories!