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  • Writer's pictureIan Miller

Carrying too much gear ??

Carrying too much gear can have significant consequences, whether you're hiking, rucking, or even just traveling. Overloading your body with heavy gear can lead to a range of physical issues, such as strain on your joints, muscles, and bones, potentially causing injuries like stress fractures, sprains, and strains. It's not just about the immediate discomfort either; the long-term effects can be just as detrimental. For instance, soldiers who carry heavy loads may experience cognitive and physical performance degradation, which not only affects their current operation but can also have lasting impacts on their overall health and career longevity.


In everyday scenarios, like when you're packing for a trip, it's easy to overlook the strain that extra weight can put on your body. But the risks are real.

The key is to be mindful of the weight you're carrying and to ensure it's within a manageable limit. This applies to personal physical exertion. By staying within these limits, you can avoid the myriad of risks associated with overloading and ensure a safer, more enjoyable experience. Safety should always be your top priority.


ONLY CARRY WHAT YOU NEED

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