Proper use of trekking poles is an important technique!

Update:04 Dec 2019

The trekking pole is composed of a handle, a wrist strap, a pole body and a tip, and the wrist has two gripping methods:
The first grip is to pass the hand directly through the wristband and hold the handle. The power on the entire wrist is supported by the handle of the trekking pole;
The second method is to pull the wristband down from the top, and then hold it down to hold the trekking pole. The trekking pole is supported by the wristband.
When we started climbing, we first needed to determine our relative position.
The most important thing when climbing is to adjust the pace with a trekking pole.
Do not stride too far, keep your upper body vertical, and slowly move up in small steps.
During the movement, we must cooperate with our rest steps. At each step, the trekking pole pokes the ground, so that the knee can be straightened briefly.
When the knees are straightened, the muscles in our whole body will relax a little bit at that moment. If you do not straighten your knees, your muscles will be tight at this time. If you continue this way, your body will get tired easily quickly.
When going uphill, the trekking pole is straightened, and the hand is straightened. When the slope is not that steep, one trekking pole can be used at a time, but when the slope is very steep, two trekking poles should be used to poke. Start walking up and use your arm to straighten your trekking pole.
When going downhill, try to keep your body perpendicular to the ground and use your heels and knees to control the height. When going downhill, you can lengthen the pole of the trekking pole. The length of the trekking is almost the same as the distance of uphill.
When you go down, remember to use the trekking pole to poke forward to the ground first, then use a wrist strap to support it, and then let your feet move down. If the slope is steep, poke with a trekking pole first, and then let the body move down with the steps.
When you are going uphill, if the slope is not steep, you can complete one breath in two steps, and one inhalation in two steps is good, so you can complete one breath. One breath has taken 4 steps.
The adjustment of breathing is to adjust to a rhythmic and rhythmic breathing. Don't falter or slow, just keep the neutral speed.
When walking, generally every 5 to 10 minutes of rest, take a short rest. Because the body will cool down after taking a long break, it will be more tiring to start after the body has cooled down, so do not take too long.
After walking for about 2 to 3 hours, there will be a longer rest, about 20 minutes.
Remember to add calories every time you rest, that is, to eat, and to add water, that is, these things should pay special attention to.
Key points for climbing:
Replenish oxygen when going uphill, keep pace with deep breathing, keep warm up when going downhill, have a sense of rhythm, take appropriate rest, and take a 5-10 minute break every hour. Take a 20-minute break every three hours.
Mountaineering is a very good way to get in touch with nature. You can not only exercise your body and mind, but also learn how to get along with nature. Now wild and mountaineering are developing a "invisible mountain forest movement" that is synchronized with the world.