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#1 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 12:29:43 AM(UTC)
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I came across many people that use the wrong walking stick's leash, decided "to take up the gauntlet and write a brief explanation of the recommended way (in the eyes of course) to use the stick.
This way allows greater freedom of movement by simultaneously using the strap to reduce the strain on their hands.

First off-leash's goal is to reduce the effort in their hands, while using the strap, grip the handle of the stick but only limiting movement outside Palm Palm-i.e. not holding the handle force but only used כ"כלוב" stick-handle so you don't run out of my hand.

Secondly-how it's done?
The image is displayed using two ways:
• The right hand to the top and tightening the strap on your wrist
• Left hand synagogue to the bottom and the wrist rest on the strap without tightening the strap.




The correct method is left-that way the כ"עריסה is" Palm and cane has a lot of free hand.
In the following picture you can see the stick in the recommended method will install on the wrist immediately when the band is loose and can be extracted by hand from the Gaza Strip. The second method on left wrist-mounted strap and you hand in a way that is difficult to release.





For those who go without references-this track is correct, but not overwhelmingly, would adopt this recommendation in case lamcl a short leash that does not allow using the recommended form and in case of rocky terrain where there is a chance that stick stuck between the bolderim (in which case I usually go without sticks), but as the condition allow it (i.e. normally) used without the Gaza Strip does not allow the use of hands (the sticks fall ...) and force his hand to hold the stick all the time.
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#2 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 2:25:44 AM(UTC)
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True, there's a right way to put my hand in, but if the rod hangs and you let go of the pole in an attempt to stem falling, even in the proper grip the pole still attached to the wrist and can get his hand in the jar to stem falling, try and see.

The purpose of the correct grip is to centralize the effort and the load on right hand so that tired arm and torso, wrong handle big effort and greater comfort. There is no connection to a hand grip and release quickly.

The aiikrim behind the disputes about the significance, in Google: wrong use of straps while using hiking poles

And see how many comments for and against. Forget what you have to do is ל"תרגל" fall and see if you can get your hand.

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#3 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 3:40:17 AM(UTC)
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Of course agree, thanks
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#4 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 5:20:54 AM(UTC)
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And I give up entirely on the tracks, holding only.
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#5 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 12:05:13 PM(UTC)
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Ma, I regret to inform you that exact sentence search gave me this page only! General search gave me quite a few instructional pages, and no one was saying no.

While I use dried fall in d-and that's how you drilled before you accelerate (the stick closer to the ground).
Using the leash allows you to transfer the energy of the fall and reduces the chances of a smooth stick pen hand braking.

Remember you can always put the sticks on it, like everything, have to run and in highlighting the disadvantages of sticks (boulders, vegetation) just don't use sticks, if you have a large space to fall and the sticks would you (again-usually using the sticks tumble), simply remove the hand from the Gaza Strip.

Do not use the track at all because the keyboard is given preferential treatment could be dangerous is like going all year with a coat that may be possible, but cool to ...
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#6 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 12:52:59 PM(UTC)
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I give up the Gaza Strip not for hard grounds but because it restricts the shape of the handle. The rare case where I use a leash and it will always be to "hang" the staff on hand.

I'm careful with hard surfaces, the band serves me at all, just the staff, especially steep.

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#7 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 1:41:33 PM(UTC)
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To me, if the rod stuck between rocks you couldn't use it to stop falling. It's hard to play with the pole because of his length and move it to the point where you can stop by.

About search-for example:

Http://www.whiteblaze.net/forum/archive/index.php/t-59427.html

Http://groups.yahoo.com/group/johnmuirtrail/message/12187

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#8 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 6:47:49 PM(UTC)
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I didn't see nothing here mashsh the plea, both claims have posts in both directions and explanations how to use, claiming that whoever understands not using track I think.
I'm inclined to believe that the clubs were not putting tracks and investing resources in related developments into strips if necessary was recognized among consumers (i.e., if no one was using the belts, nobody would produce sticks with strips, or at least someone (except this) would produce no sticks strips and magazines (such as Backpakcer-see your second link) wouldn't publish directories using strips).

I repeat-if you go in the space-limited traffic like boulders and plants, in my opinion, it's better just not to use sticks, and if so, then note where the stick-like this will decrease significantly the chances will fall because the stick got stuck between the rocks.

The situation you describe here, its prevalence is very low, and I don't use the benefits of the Strip just because there's a chance of one. That fall and stick stuck between the rocks is take a safety factor. 40721.6614236111 with me
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#9 Posted : Monday, June 27, 2011 7:37:04 PM(UTC)
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Let me explain myself:

For the fall because the stick stuck between rocks should exist at least 3 of the following:

1. you're going way there are many large stones (large enough so that you can move them with the stick).

2. you go with hand and stick.

3. you didn't notice that putting the stick between the stones and keep going.

If one does not exist will not fall.

So if you go on there many large stones (I can think of many such terrain) likely to fall very low to zero-and in my opinion there is no reason not to use the stick in this case.

If there are three factors-and here we agree-any chance the stick stuck between rocks and you will fall as a result.

This is the place to start consideration.
Element 1 it is impossible to undo.
Factor 2 can easily (except leash hand or fold the sticks and connected to a backpack).
This makes it possible to significantly reduce 3-Note where the present (i.e. to go carefully.)

Here everyone will his judgment and do what is right. But that's no reason not to go to (there are several other reasons of course, but are not part of the debate).
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