I cannot speak enough about hiking’s health benefits. Let’s discussion hiking and anti-depression side affects. Feeling blue or depressed? Check out Stanford’s recent study discussing hiking as a powerful anti-depressant!  Sure thing that walking is great for overall health, hiking in nature has greater benefits than that of just walking in the city. 

We moved our fannies hiking Vickery Creek Trail for approx 3.6 miles. To increase cardio vascular health and leg strength, I hiked with a 24lbs back-up. We caught up, learned from each other, laughed, and enjoyed perfect weather. Mother nature didn’t fail us, again 🙂 So thankful for such a beautiful day–spring couldn’t come sooner enough!

 Hurry up and find a trail, mark your calendar, and go. If you’re in Atlanta, GA join me every two weeks, year round. Check my website or Facebook for schedule and levels.

Thanks Sashee, William, Karl, and Eva for great company. 

Hiking Wins Depression

Hiking Wins Depression. Brings people together and smiles. It’s healthy!

Hiking In Nature Makes Everyone Smile

Hiking in Nature Makes Everyone Smile

Hiking by the water is peaceful

Hiking by the water is peaceful

Up the hill = cardio vascular health

Up the hill = cardio vascular health