[Outdoor knowledge] Ten essential outdoor skills to play outdoors
1. Physical control skills:
Don't sprint and sprint at the beginning. Everyone needs an adaptation process in sports, so don't sprint at the beginning. Instead, you should move in a slow-moving way at the beginning, which can effectively control physical fitness and slow down. After walking for half an hour, the body has a process of adapting to the amount of exercise and has made functional adjustments before it can speed up.
2. Marching rhythm control skills
Everyone has their own speed and rhythm, so when you are traveling on the mountain road, don't just follow the rhythm of the person in front, it is easy to be dragged over, you must walk at your own pace, if you walk too slowly and leave the team too far , you can call the brigade to wait.
3. Terrain observation skills:
In the process of marching, don’t just bury your head and walk wildly, but observe the surrounding scenery in order to understand where you are. This is very necessary. In case you and your teammates get separated, you can clearly report your position.
4.drinking water skills
The general requirement is to replenish yourself with water every 15 to 20 minutes while you are traveling. Don't wait until you are obviously thirsty, because when a person is obviously thirsty, it is no longer Thirsty, but the body has been slightly dehydrated. At this time, replenishing water will only make you more thirsty. In addition, there are also skills to talk about when replenishing water at the right time, that is, limit to two small sips. Hold it in your mouth for a while before swallowing, so that the water can be absorbed more fully by the body.
5. Woodland marching skills:
In the mountains, the most common plants are actually shrubs. When walking in the bushes, you should pay attention to raising your feet high to prevent you from being tripped over; raise your arms high and hide them at the same height as your eyes to prevent your face from being hurt by the branches in front of you. Eyes, especially the eyes; the eyes should pay more attention to the one-step range around you to prevent stepping on snakes or traps set up by people in the mountains.
6. Climb steep slopes:
Lean forward, use the trees and vegetation around you as much as possible, and pay attention to whether there are loose stones above or under your feet. If you find such a stone, you should immediately sound the alarm, and don’t hurt yourself or the bottom by stepping on the stone. teammates.
7. Downhill skills:
When going down a steep slope, you should keep your center of gravity behind, walk sideways, and make full use of the trees and vegetation around you for protection. yes, no one will laugh at you).
8. Stone Beach Skills:
In the valley, the most common road is the rocky beach. Walking on the rocky beach, bouncing rocks is inevitable, but for boulders, I personally choose rocks with similar heights to jump on, and pay attention to "walking one step, two steps and three steps", that is, when taking the first step, I will look at the position and condition of the second stone and consider the position of the third stone I am going to jump after the second stone.
In addition, pay attention to whether the stone under your feet will be loose, and whether there are water marks and moss on the stone to prevent accidents; if you encounter a relatively high rock, do not jump from a high place, but should take a sitting position and slide down ( To be honest, I saw a photo uploaded by a team from a post about jumping off a high rock like a "big bird spreads its wings", I don't know what to say except shaking my head and saying naive).
9. Water wading skills:
In the valley, it is necessary to wade in the water. The essentials of action when wading are "low center of gravity, spread arms, and applique feet". "Low center of gravity" is for standing more stable, "extended arms" is for balance, and "appliqué feet" requires feet to be close to the bottom of the water. Walk on footsteps in order to get a better understanding of the conditions of the bottom.
10. Cliff climbing skills:
If facing a relatively high and slippery cliff, I will definitely choose high winding without auxiliary tools. However, if the cliff wall is not slippery and there are obvious rock cracks, I will still choose to climb it. However, when going up the cliff, you should pay attention to "steady three points and move a little", that is, when all the limbs can be stabilized, you can move one of the points, and at the same time, the body is as close to the cliff as possible; the movement of the hands is very important, and try to pull as much as possible. Tighten the move or crevice, or hold on to the roots on the cliff, but remember, don't put all your weight on the spot until you're sure the move or the roots are strong enough to hold your weight.