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How to Prevent Injuries and Prepare Your Body for Hiking with Chase Tucker

How to Prevent Injuries and Prepare Your Body for Hiking with Chase Tucker
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Episode 3:Today, I sit down with certified strength and conditioning coach, Chase Tucker, to chat about:

  • How to prevent injuries and knee pain while hiking
  • Common muscle weaknesses as a result of working a desk job and how to address them for more comfortable hiking
  • Safety tips for hiking alone
  • The mental health benefits of connecting with nature and staying present
  • And so much more!



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Chase’s Elements Program

How to Use Trekking Poles Properly Video

Daily Movement Practice for Hikers Video

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Note: Some of the resources below may be affiliate links, meaning I receive a commission (at no extra cost to you) if you use that link to make a purchase.

Garmin InReach GPS Device for safety while in the backcountry or hiking alone

Chase’s Favorite Socks (Chase’s affiliate link)

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Chase Tucker

Certified Strength and Conditioning Coach

Chase is an avid hiker with over eight years of experience as a certified strength and conditioning coach. In 2012, he founded Base Camp in Australia, which operated as a gym and mountain training camp to prepare Australians for overseas treks and climbs.

To reach a wider audience, he’s now expanded Base Camp to include online programs as well as an active YouTube channel, called Chase Mountains. With a background in solving lifestyle-based movement issues like painful knees and tight hips, his goal is to enable people to stay free of pain and injury while hiking, skiing, and climbing well into old age.