The biggest understated truth about human beings is that we need sun and fresh air. We may have advanced enough to build elaborate shelters and distractions to constantly hide us from nature, but that doesn’t mean we’ve outgrown the benefits of being in touch with nature. Going outdoors and being active is something we all need on a very deep level, our bodies greatly benefit from it and it’s actually a necessity we can’t ignore without suffering.
Monthly Archives: October 2018
The United States of America is so much more than just hamburgers, baseball and homemade apple pie; the third largest continent on the planet is also home to some of the most breathtaking, mind-blowing and downright beautiful national parks and natural landscapes in the world. Whether you’re a lifelong resident of the USA or simply visiting, there are plenty of must-visit hiking spots that should be pushed straight to the top of your list.
For the last few decades, society has become more and more sedentary. The average adult is expected to work a 9 to 5 job locked away in an office, sitting at a desk in front of a computer, barely standing up during the workday, and then going home to try to unwind on the couch before going to bed. Even those who can actually make it to the gym on a daily basis are only spending about 6% on their days being active.