Lock in your life force with Bandhas The post Lock in your life force with Bandhas appeared first on ThinkNaturalToday.com, Health News, News, Health Magazine, Health in Natural ways, Holistic Health, Yoga, Ayurveda.
I will share with you a tale of woe and overcoming. My husband and I are currently at mile marker 650ish. It’s been raining for days, hopeful today will be the last of it. While thunder rolls outside the window behind me, I conveniently have the first working computer I’ve seen on the trail here in Angel’s Rest living room. Show More Summary
Looking for a long trail that has great scenery, gorgeous waterfalls, stone arches, a moonbow and can be hiked in just a few weeks? Throw in a little southern hospitality and you have Sheltowee Trace, Kentucky’s Long Trail. It’s allShow More Summary
I know, I know. I haven’t exactly been keeping up with the blog posts. But I promise I haven’t died! I’m still very alive! I’m trying to catch up on my journal writings and when I do I will post more detailed descriptions of how my days...Show More Summary
I enjoyed this trip report. It’s basically his trail diary. In 2003, David Miller left his job, family, and friends to fulfill a dream and hike the Appalachian Trail. … While this book abounds with introspection and perseverance, it also provides … Continue reading ?
First, I tried something new. Someone named Audrey (who noted she was a year-round swimmer since age 8) commented on a post from last month where I talked about mixing up swim training. She made a good point. I thought I was mixing up...Show More Summary
All packed up an ready to go! Everything is loaded in my backpack. The supply boxes are packed and labeled for each section of the trail they are headed for. The piles are gone! My Virgo friends and family (especially my husband) are glad the piles are gone. Show More Summary
The Backpack Light 50L ($149) is a frameless ultralight style backpack weighing 34.5 oz (L) sold by My Trail Company, which has started manufacturing the same backpacks and tents that GoLite sold before it went bankrupt in 2014. The Backpack Light 50L reviewed here is virtually identical to the Golite Jam 50, which was a popular …
My First Hostel Our second zero day was going to see me staying in my first hostel. I am pretty sure that Becky had stayed in a hostel before while doing a warmup hike late last year. I was looking forward to the rest since my body kept finding new ways to make me concerned about my physical well being. Show More Summary
Almost one week in, holla! Little recap for ya friends and some tidbits of info I’ve learned now that I’m super experienced. Day 1 – Mile 8.1 It’s a blue heading because it was wet. After flying into Atlanta the night before, a mix up with the amount of people for the shuttle, I ended up in an uber ride with a nice gal from West Virginia. Show More Summary
After leaving Erwin, TN, I’ve had a fantastic, drenched week on the AT. I crossed the Beauty Spot, fell in love with the Roan Mountain Highlands, chased waterfalls in the Pond Mountain Wilderness, and finally crossed the border into Virginia! Beauty Spots and Miles Leaving town is hard. Show More Summary
The truth is not every weight loss transformation photo on internet is as motivating as one would expect it to be. But as long as your healthy and feeling good inside, you don’t have to care what anybody thinks. As least that’s the case for Jessica Weber from Peru. Show More Summary
On Earth Day 2016, Beat and I loaded up our Subaru Outback with our most prized bicycles (and not much else), then rumbled onto I-880 eastbound out of San Jose. We passed through heavy snow over Donner Pass, the verdant hills of central Nevada, 75-mph crosswinds across Utah's salt desert, then heavy rain and snow across Wyoming. Show More Summary
early 400 miles into their Appalachian Trail thru-hike, Bekah and Derrick Quirin pack up camp and start the day. The tent gets broken down, sleeping pads are deflated, bear hang is retrieved, and one-year-old Ellie is strapped into her...Show More Summary
All through the year I’ve followed the struggle of those brave souls at Standing Rock, battling to protect their precious water supply from those that would put profit before people. I’ve shared their updates and wished I could do more. I’ve been thinking a lot about them and about water since starting the AT. Show More Summary
April 3. I’ve found that most hikers spend much time reading weather predictions. We all notice and talk of any upcoming weather changes often, as weather directly affects us now. This is especially true of rain, especially for aShow More Summary
Smiles over miles, unless miles bring you smiles. Campo to Big Bear, 270 miles. The post Campo – Big Bear: 270 miles on the PCT appeared first on The Trek.
Behind every great hiker trash is a community of excited friends and family vicariously living through them. Cheers to them, the real MVPs of unconditional love and support. The post A Thank You to Our Support System appeared first on The Trek.
Who really needs a plan to walk 2,200 miles? While I do have some basic planning, I've chosen to do more of a Just Wing It approach. The post My Unconventional AT Plan… appeared first on The Trek.
You can absolutely get a kick-ass, leave-you-breathless-on-the-floor, muscles-on-fire workout at home, and you don't need a ton of time either. This CrossFit-inspired workout can be done in about 15 minutes, and all you need is a pair...Show More Summary