5 Ways To Get Moving In Jordan

BarakaBits, Uncategorized, Writing

Exercise has a great effect on our lives, from helping us positively de-stress to improving cardiovascular health. Here are some ideas to help you get moving in Jordan.

Adventure Jordan

Adventure Jordan offers a hike to Petra, named by National Geographic as one of the top 15 trails in the world. The Trek to Petra is 5-6 days long and offers the chance to hike in different terrains each day of the hike.

For more information: Visit Adventure Jordan’s website.

Bike Rush

Cycling is a great way to exercise; it builds strength and stamina and increases muscle tone. Bike Rush offers regular and customized rides to all destinations in Jordan, including Wadi Rum, Dabouq, Madaba and the Dead Sea. Bike Rush also offers family trips, training and the opportunity to rent a bike. So put your helmet on and start cycling!

For more information: Visit Bike Rush’s Facebook page and website.

Climbat

Ever tried indoor climbing? Climbat Amman offers wall climbing routes of various difficulties. Courses, such as those in technique, how to belay, and introduction to Top-Rope  are also offered. A smaller wall also gives children the chance to try out this fun sport!

For more information: Visit Climbat Amman’s Facebook page and website

Fast Walk

If you’re looking for less adventure but still want to get moving, Fast Walk might be the answer you’re looking for. Fast Walk organizes walks in different areas around the city., so grab a friend and spend the evening discovering the city on foot and enjoying the weather.

For more information: Visit Fast Walk’s Facebook page.

One With Nature

One With Nature offers yoga, pilates and zumba, as well as water fitness. One With Nature also offers a program for kids to get them active as well. In addition to the regular classes offred, One With Nature organizes trips and workshops.

For more information: Visit One With Nature’s Facebook page and website

Know any other fun ways to get active in your city? Let us know in the comments below!

This article was originally published on BarakaBits on 31/10/2015.

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