Walking is great for your health, including reducing stress. Recent research says walking in nature is even better. The Japanese call it "forest bathing" (Shinrin-Yoku). Sounds kind of esoteric, even "woo-woo" but the science is there. Read this post to see what the latest studies say
In part 3, Tom answers: What mistakes did you make on your four-month thru-hike? Did you get post-hike depression? Did you form bad eating habits on the trail? How did you transition back to normal eating? How have your metabolism and lean body mass changed after the hike? Is muscle memory working?
What kind of nutrition fuels 30 miles a day of hiking? How does body composition change from burning 6000 calories a day? Should you train in a special way before starting a thru-hike? What do you learn about the body over months of hiking? What lessons do you learn? What’s the most difficult challenge?
Hi everyone, it’s Katherine Wilson here. I’m the Burn the Fat Challenge director at burnthefatinnercircle.com. I’m super excited because I have a special guest with me – it’s none other than Tom Venuto himself. [...]
The Pacific Crest Trail: 2650-miles from Mexico to Canada. Through California, Oregon and Washington. 57 mountain passes. 7 national parks. 25 national forests. 1000 lakes. High point 13,253 feet (Forester Pass in Sierra Nevada). 6 million steps. 490,000 feet of elevation gain / loss. Men burn 6000 calories per day or more.