Depending upon the difficulty level of your trek, it is advised to start preparing several months well in advance. Begin at least 2 months prior to the trek, by climbing up the stairs for 5-7 minutes with a backpack. You should be able to jog 5 km within 30 minutes, so train accordingly. Along with cardiovascular endurance, it also important to strengthen your muscles- core, glutes, calves and knees. Include push ups, squats, and planks in your fitness regime. These are minimum fitness requisites for all treks, but if you’re opting for a moderate to difficult trek, increase the time frame and the no. of sets, and reps per set. Read More.
The deafening chaos and monotony of a 9 to 5 job has a way of draining you mentally as well as spiritually. But there is a flawless remedy that sits shaded within the lush folds of nature. Sheltered from the cacophonous blend of routine monotony and maddening uproar of the cities that seems to stifle the spark of adventure, nature is just the respite that the soul craves. If you think trekking only means tiresome walking with zero comforts, we’re here to bust that myth for you. Right from an album full of wallpaper worthy photographs to memories that last a lifetime, here are 7 reason why you should take up trekking now, no matter how old or young you may be. Read More.
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