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Old June 30th, 2019, 09:27 AM   #1
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Default Fitness benefits of Skike

I'm going to try out Skike skating soon and am wondering about the fitness benefits. I can't find anything specific to cross-country skating but would I be right in thinking that it's a similar work out to cross-country skiing?

As well as that, does anyone have any experience of skiking on wet ground? Not necessarily through huge puddles but just when the ground is damp and there are wet leaves and other tree debris on the ground. I'm in Ireland where it rains a lot and we have trees everywhere, so often even when it's dry skating along most of the paths I use are treacherously slippy in my skate wheels. I'm hoping skike would open up a few more opportunities for skating.
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