The Body Mechanics of Hiking: How to Optimize Your Walk in the Woods
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The Body Mechanics of Hiking: How to Optimize Your Walk in the Woods

Rubicon Peak, West Shore Lake Tahoe, May 2016
With its miles of hiking terrain and over 300 sunny days a year, it's hard not to be an avid hiker when you live in Tahoe. But without an understanding of how to optimize movement while hiking, pain can surface from old injuries or repetitive movement, causing discomfort on the trail.

Judith has put together a free video tutorial to help prevent these types of issues when you're out enjoying your favorite hike. Check it out or pass it along to your favorite hikers!
Check out our free hiking tutorials

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