The tips of mountain climbing

The tips of mountain climbing

The structure of the knee is relatively complex and there are many different kinds of problems that can occur. Many knee injuries are cumulative, mainly caused by prolonged overload walking and incorrect descending posture or excessive speed, and are usually not immediately noticeable, although once noticed, the problem is more serious.

Treat your knee well, let it go with you to more and more places, open your eyes, the world can give you so much more.

How should I walk and step properly when hiking, and how should I walk to not get tired?

The tips of mountain climbing

First of all, "walking posture" and "pace" is very important.

1. Mountaineering walking posture.

    Walking posture when climbing must keep the head, waist and feet in the same line of gravity, and take this line as the axis of the body to walk!

    2. Pace of climbing.

      When climbing, the pace should be small and careful to walk. This will not only maintain balance, but also reduce the fatigue of the feet!

      3. Climbing tips.

        When climbing, remember to "climb slowly" because it takes a long time to climb, so if you climb too fast, you will definitely feel tired immediately!

        At the same time, in order to reduce the chance of muscle pain, so do some stretching exercises before climbing. After descending, do some back and leg stretching exercises to relax!

        The tips of mountain climbing

        The way to walk without getting tired

        When hiking, some people will walk easily and happily, while others are panting, out of breath and look very hard. And at the end of the day, everyone will start complaining about having to rest. Therefore we need to know the "walking methods that don't make you tired".

        1: Do a good warm-up before hiking

        Warm up before hiking can prevent unexpected situations and injuries, so you must do it.Find a place where the whole body can be easily stretched, not too intense exercise, not too big movements.  To allow the body to effectively absorb oxygen, increase muscle blood circulation, can be smoothly adjusted to the body condition suitable for climbing.

        2: Use the whole body to walk

        If you already feel tired in the uphill, then you must be using the lower body leg muscle strength to climb hard; in contrast, climbers will know that in order to let the wrist, back, abdomen, shoulders and other muscles to move, will spread the necessary strength in each step.  It is common to see people dragging their feet or using the pace of shopping to climb the mountain, this way of walking the mountain, the body is more difficult to achieve balance, so it is easy to fall.

        3: pay attention to breathing methods

        Must always pay attention to breathing, can not just inhale more air only, because the lungs may not have the complete oxygen. The important thing in the process of climbing is not in the inhalation, but in the exhalation. As long as you avoid breathing confusion, maintain your pace, and keep your balance, you can definitely maintain the stamina needed for mountain walking. Talking with your companions is a good way to adjust your breathing and also to match the speed of walking with yourself.

        The secret of walking downhill "shorter steps

        When walking downhill, the pace should be small, so that the knees do not hurt. When walking down shorter steps, you should never shift your weight to your front feet, which will not only hurt your feet but also be dangerous.

        "Roads with a large drop"

        When walking on a road with a large drop, it is best to walk sideways and shift your weight to your front foot when your front foot hits the ground in order to keep your center of gravity stable.

        "Slippery road"

        When you encounter steep slopes or gravel roads, it is easier to slip and fall. If you don't know the correct method, you will pull your waist too much and fall easily. The correct way is to walk with small steps, and the pace should be adjusted according to the slope of the road.