Your Camino Training Plan posted: 2015-11-23 06:00:00
Your Camino Training Plan
There is no set training plan that you have to do in order to complete your Camino journey. The Camino de Santiago is an all-inclusive experience, welcoming people of all levels of fitness. At the end of the day, the physical nature of the Camino is just about making it from point A to point B.
The training you do is also dependent on the stage of the Camino that you are planning to walk. For example, you will need more practice to cross the Pyrenees than the Meseta (relatively flat area in the middle of the French Way). Any preparation that you do before your departure date will be a massive benefit to you during the journey and will reduce the chances of injury.
The first thing you will need to consider for walking the Camino is your footwear. You can either wear hiking shoes or boots, but this is based on your personal preference. Boots are heavier which may be uncomfortable for some people, particularly in the summer and while walking on the more level sections. We recommend using hiking shoes on the Camino Pilgrimage as they are light, durable and discrete. The shoes will also last 2 – 3 years so they are definitely worth investing in.
The best way to begin your training is to just start walking and go from there. A good time to get your training programme started would be about 3 months before your walking holiday. Here is a guideline which you can use for your training. Click here for a pdf version on the Camino Training Plan.
Check out the essential items you'll need to bring when Packing Your Bag for the Camino de Santiago here
Feel free to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for any questions you have on the Camino de Santiago tours our our services.Previous Blog:
Why should you choose Follow the Camino?
Peace of Mind
Dedicated point of contact
Leading Camino tour operator
98% customer satisfaction
24/7 customer service and emergency support
Once in a lifetime trip
Selected and tested accommodation
Explore Europe on foot