Trekking is a good sport or can be hobby for many of us. Trekking along the countryside or in new exotic places, forests can be interesting. It takes the mind off the daily pressures and worries. It can be a good activity for refreshing the mind and body, and also for fitness.
Trekking improves our overall fitness levels. It needs energy and stamina. It exercises the lower body region i.e. the muscles in the hip region and thighs. It can be of great help to tone the thigh region, especially due to the upward climbing.
The sport can be helpful in burning fat, and toning and trimming the body. It also improves our stamina and muscle strength. It makes the body more fit for challenging physical activities. It also helps in regulating the breathing, and allows more intake of oxygen.
Trekking is also a safer entertainment and exercising option, as it does not involve very vigorous or risky movements. It is also stress free due to the open and safe spaces that we choose for the activity. It also minimizes stress and tension.
It can beat the tired and exhausted feeling. By following trekking in natural trails, countryside or other safe exotic locations, we can also overcome feelings of depression and pessimism. It can also be a mood elevator and add to happiness and liveliness.
It brings us closer to nature. The mind and body feels one with the natural elements, and gives you a sense of peace and tranquility. It can also help you to broaden your perspective on life and help you to emerge as a positive, enthusiastic and motivated person.
By going on treks, you get to see new places, meet new people, form new bonds/relationships, improve social interaction, enjoy the team spirit, accept people with different faith and customs, and broaden your mind. It also gives a break from daily monotony and routine. It rejuvenates the mind and body.