Trekking in the Woods

The general perception of people is that trekking is very tough. But it’s not always true. Trekking is something which can be done quickly by everyone. The only thing to be considered is that you should start with stress-free treks. Keep on increasing difficulty levels as you begin gaining fitness.

If you plan for a trek for the first time, you cannot opt for a challenging hike. You can experience a significant boost in your confidence levels only if you explore easy to moderate and then moderate to rugged terrains.

To avoid overexertion and to get tired on the trek, you should always drink water on the way. A small quantity of water after frequent intervals will boost your energy levels and thus keep you hydrated. Eating fruits or light snacks on the track would keep you energetic and fresh. These are some methods by which you can keep your body relaxed and active. Whatever may be the season, monsoon, summer or winter, proper intake of water and food on the way can help you complete your trek successfully.

Trekking is an activity that can help you to make new friends and socialize yourself. Apart from learning the art, it creates a bonding among the group. It would also help you take lessons on completing your tasks and taking up some responsibilities of the group on your shoulders during the expedition. The impact of trekking on us is fantastic.

Again trekking has some health paybacks. It helps you strengthen your body muscles. It is an excellent exercise to build up your strength which is beneficial in the long run. During the entire trek, you carry heavy back on your shoulders on uneven terrain, strengthening your legs, thighs and calves.

Trekking also helps to increase your physical and mental stamina. It is a kind of cardio workout where you walk continuously for at least 5 to 10 kilometres which helps to burn calories. Burning calories keeps you fit. How many calories do you burn on a trek depends upon three main factors, altitude of the hike, weight of the backpack and trekking distance and speed. Trekking on a challenging route can help you burn more calories than trekking on an accessible trail.

A trek will also help you to get away from the pollution of the cities. When you trek, your brain receives the maximum amount of fresh air, which improves its functioning. It makes you feel happy and eradicates negativity from the brain. It helps you live in the moment of happiness.

It will always keep you away from all kinds of diseases. Trekking is considered the best physical workout. Frequent treks will help you to cure various diseases like high blood pressure, sugar level, cholesterol, low bone density and many more.

I hope the above suggestions will be helpful for you. Keep fit, keep on practising and enjoy your trek. I hope you would love this adventure, and the recommendations given in this article would help you inspiration for your first trek.

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