Even the seemingly easiest of treks can become a daunting task when you factor in the high altitude of the mountains. Don’t let that put you off, for all you need is 2 to 3 months of regular workout, and you’re all set! Focus on cardiovascular stamina, muscle strength and trec specific training. To up your cardiovascular endurance, begin by jogging 5 km at least thrice every week. Target running 5 km in 30 minutes. For muscle strength, include squats, planks, push ups and other exercises that build your core, knee, and calf muscles. Trek specific training will include stair climbing with a loaded backpack, or steep hikes in vicinal hills to get used to the rugged, uneven terrain of the trek. Read More.
Beyond the virtual realm of social media is an unexplored world, untouched by the ceaseless banality of daily life. A place where losing yourself pushes you that much closer to discovering yourself. Trekking is a wonderful activity that brings you as close to nature as you can get. It helps untangle all the intricacies of life, while giving your perspective a fresh vantage point. Yes, it can be a bit demanding, physically, but the rewards it brings are priceless. There really are countless benefits that trekking brings, but we’ve tried to sum it all up in 7 points! Check them out here. Read More.
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