Walking canes aren’t solely for senior citizens anymore. I received a CLASSIC award winning ergonomic walking cane with specialized grip and tip, made by Sabi, for purposes of having an aid to keep me steady while trekking through the North Georgia Mountains on strenuous and moderate hiking trails. Rather than having to carve a walking stick or find a suitable broken branch, I get to hike in style. My 2 Cane expressions cover on the cane also makes it easy to identify and adds a unique flare.
Do I get funny looks from other hikers on the trails? Of course I do, because I know they’re wondering one of three things: A. Why is an injured 30-something hiking in the first place? B. Which poor senior citizen did this chick rob to steal their cane? or C. Huh? I don’t care about any of those things, however. Having an ergonomic walking cane not only aids me on my hikes but it also assures I’m correctly postured to prevent further back issues in the future.
I’m already at the chiropractor’s office every two weeks for damage done in my long years of working in a corporate environment at a computer without proper posturing or ergonomically friendly chairs, desks, keyboards, and mouse pads.
I love my ergonomic walking cane with my zebra 2 Cane expressions cover, because I feel less stiffness after a grueling hike, and I don’t have to apply copious amounts of Biofreeze to the places that hurt. Also, with the bold print on my cane cover, I’m hiking in style. I know my chiropractor would be proud of me for being so diligent in keeping my spine and neck in proper place, and I’m happy because I am able to enjoy the lifestyle I want without suffering from past decision. If you have any kind of back or spine issues, get an ergonomic walking cane and hit the trails!
Do you have other tips or ways to improve your posture, or do you think an ergonomic walking cane with a 2 Can expressions cover might help?
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