Why Vibram FiveFinger Shoes? In The Primal Blueprint by Mark Sisson, in the chapter on ‘The Primal Blueprint Exercise Laws’, under the heading ‘Happy Feet’, Mark deals with foot issues and foot care.
‘Constantly wearing shoes during exercise and daily life leads to weakened feet, fallen arches, shortened Achilles tendons and calf muscles, imbalances […]
Diary of the Hillwalking in the Sierra Nevada.
Day 1 – 28th April 2016
The group of five healthy hikers (2 fellas and 3 girls) assembled at the departure gate for flight to Malaga around 06:30 hrs for the scheduled departure at 07:20 hrs.
Having boarded the aircraft, it was announced that the flight was delayed 1 hour due […]
I was reminded of the good advice in the title of Hillwalking Stories when I was on a walk recently. Over the past twenty five years of walking the mountains, I have had a number of falls but have been fortunate not to have sustained injury – until that is, the 1st of March 2015!
Hill walking is a wonderful activity. It provides the body all the exercise one needs to stay physically and mentally healthy and is a great stress reliever. As an added bonus, one can get to like doing as well! And the gear for hillwalking plays not the last role!
To enjoy the activity to the full, […]
Knocknacloghoge – Fancy with Hillwalking for health was made even when compared to most of the summer it seemed, the forecast for today was not so encouraging. However, although mostly overcast and with a few pathetic attempts to rain, it remained dry with a few spells of weak sunshine. The group met up in the […]
The Mournes – Slieve Donard with Hillwalking for Health was planned for a perfect day. With a forecast of dry and cloudy day with a blustery W wind, three of us headed for Newcastle, Co Down to tackle Slieve Donard, the highest peak of the Mournes.
We arrived at the Donard Forest car park at 10:00 […]