How to Prepare For Hiking the Appalachian Trail: Diet Plan [Video]
This week’s video takes us into my favorite room on earth (aside from my Erin Andrew’s shrine), the kitchen.
Apparently walking 2,200 miles while carrying the weight of a fat toddler on your back, up and down rocky terrain, burns a good amount of energy. Currently I burn just slightly more than zero calories per day.
To adequately prepare my body for this increased load, I will spend the next seven weeks eating anything that is 1) edible and 2) in sight (I’m flexible with #1). Although I haven’t read any sound advice as to why I should be doing this, my best instincts tell me to go for it. Always go with your gut.
If this is your first stop to the “How to Prepare For Hiking the Appalachian Trail” video series, may I encourage you to check out the first two videos on physical endurance training and how to build a tent. Also, if you want to get in on the fun of suggesting horrible things to do to the Good Badger in future videos (will make sense after watching this) I suggest to follow me on Twitter and/or join the Good Badger Facebook Page.