Frostbitten Cat Gets Four Titanium Paws

Titanium Paws: Anyone who ever watched the TV series The Six Million Dollar Man back in the late 1970s remembers the opening words, “We can…

Nature-friendly actions to teach your kids

Being environment-friendly became a trend in the past decade, but that’s perfect for our planet’s health. No matter how many people start protecting their environment…

Cooking tips for healthy eating

We talk about being healthy a lot here at Outdoor Revival. And the reasons should be obvious. We’ve covered how to exercise, how to sleep,…

Motivation for spring workouts

Now that the weather is clearing up, it’s time to look ahead to the coming summer. That means something different to everyone. For some it’s…

10 Good reasons to go running today

For most people, running sounds like a lot of hard work. You’re probably no different. Lacing up your shoes right now probably doesn’t sound as…

Useful tips for senior hiking enthusiasts

Hiking is one of the most favorite activities to people of all ages. Depending on your skills, there are so many different hiking trail networks across…

Amazing benefits of bushwalking with kids

Bushwalking is a great way to spend some quality time in the outdoors alongside your family. You can do it in the nearest national park,…

Three tips for morning momentum

The start of your day is the most important part of it. It’s when your metabolism starts up and begins producing energy for the day.…

Rockfall, a major risk for rock climbers

Most people know that rock climbing is dangerous. After all, it’s pretty obvious. However, most people have a skewed view of what the risks really…

Tips on how to get fit on the trail

Hiking is one of the best ways to get fit in the great outdoors, yet without necessarily wearing yourself out. Stay in shape, get your cardio…

How to get rid of mosquitoes in a natural way

We will all agree on this one – mosquitoes are incredibly annoying creatures. There is nothing worse than a dozen mosquito bites while you’re trying…

Useful hiking tips for active seniors

Hiking is the best outdoor activity for people from any generation. There are many out there that don’t like to accept it, but the fact…

How to safely select edible wild plants

Wild plants are the best food you can eat while camping, hiking or in a survival situation. They are a free source of vitamins, minerals,…

What to do if you get stung by a jellyfish

Under certain weather conditions, especially after heavy rains and strong winds, the slippery creature known as the jellyfish arrives in the waters close to the…

Bug bite prevention in the wilderness

Whether you live in an area which is subject to insect invasions or your next travel plans involve a rainforest excursion, you would do well…

Cooling down: What to eat after a workout

After a hectic and busy day, you go out for your regular workout session, and there you are, dripping with sweat, exhausted, and craving food.…

10 Tips for staying fit during winter

In cold weather, it sometimes feels just too much effort to get out the door and get some exercise. Without the warmth of the sunshine you…

Helpful tips for walking on snow and ice

Every year there are more than a million reported injuries from falling or slipping on the snow. If you are an outdoors junky, it’s probable…

Recovering after a Marathon

When you plan on running a marathon, your mind will naturally wander to the race preparations. You will work on your running distance and speed,…

Do you need a Fitness Tracker?

Fitness trackers have been around longer than many people realize. Before the Fitbit and Samsung Gear trackers entered the market, there have been pedometers, tracking…

Workout origins: Why we workout now

Many of us try to get some exercise in to maintain our physical health and physique. Whether you go to the gym, hike, or anything…

Ketogenic diet: good or bad?

Diet trends always seem to be coming and going, with new secrets to weight loss intriguing the desperate searching for quick solutions. One of the…

Five good ways to spend your rest days

For outdoor athletes, rest days are just a fact of life. It doesn’t matter whether you ride a board or climb a rock, there are…

Water for life

Since our bodies are 80% water, it is clearly the most important element necessary for our survival. We can survive for nearly a month without…

Nursing an injury: How to stay active when hurt

Getting injured as an active person is incredibly frustrating. Depending on the injury, you could be off your favorite activity for days, weeks, or even…

Natural mosquito repellents and Zika

Mosquitoes are usually attracted to bite humans by a combination of light, scent, humidity, and heat. There are many kinds of mosquito species, and they…

Survival skills from ‘Adventure Merchants’

‘Adventure Merchants’ is the brainchild of Paul Evans, an Englishman now living in Melbourne. His company offers caving, kayaking, and climbing trips. He also takes…

How to swim safely in the ocean

We all love going to the beach at any time of the year as long as the weather conditions allow it. What comes with the…

How to camp when you are missing essentials

For all the outdoor adventure enthusiasts, camping remains one of their favorite ways to escape into the wilderness of nature. Sometimes their love for camping…

Indoor Spiders: Should you kill them?

When we see spiders or insects of any kind run across a wall, we often have a rather negative reaction. We usually want to run…

How to deal with winter sunburn

Getting sunburned is not something that only occurs on a beach vacation but can also happen in winter, and it can be even worse. What…

6 Healthy reasons to live on the beach

Living on the beach has been proven to be the healthiest way of living. It’s not only that the beach is beautiful, but it’s fun,…

What not do do when you get a burn

If it has not happened to you yet, count yourself lucky, but burns do affect most of us at one point or another. Whether you…

5 Ways to handle pain without medication

Being an active person is clearly good for your health, generally speaking. It can keep your body working properly while helping you deal with the…

evacuation wilderness first aid

Wilderness first aid: One skill you don’t skip

Wilderness first aid can sometimes mean the difference between life and death when in the backcountry. Would you rather sprain your ankle thirty miles from…

Don’t panic: How to keep your head in emergencies

Emergencies, by definition, are events that happen completely out of the blue. They will naturally cause high anxiety for anyone involved in the situation. Unfortunately,…

Survive a “killer bee” attack

A “killer bee” is NOT a giant bee with big teeth, a 10-feet long sting and armed with an axe. A “killer bee” is a…

Why even the best swimmers need life jackets

Picture it: you’re out on a fishing boat, you’re unencumbered by a life jacket, and you feel freer than ever. Since they’re not legally required…

How to recognize and treat poisonous plants

There are three primary poisonous plants in North America: poison ivy, poison sumac, and poison oak. The three of the plants produce an oily substance…

Water purifying methods in the backcountry

Water has always been synonymous with life, and for obvious reasons; even in space, scientists raise their hopes of finding life once they stumble upon…

Safety tips whilst visiting the Grand Canyon

Without a doubt, the Grand Canyon National Park is one of the most popular destinations in the United States. Its splendor is unmatched, letting you…

Best home remedies for mosquito bites

Mosquitoes are perhaps one of the most irritating insects out there. Small and easy to miss, these bloodsuckers like to literally leave their mark on…

Avoid snow blindness at all costs

If you expect to be outdoors in snowy conditions for any length of time, it is vital that you have high-quality eye protection. Exposure to…

How to find clean backcountry drinking water

Being able to drink water directly from a natural source without any purification is something that is about as natural as you can get. Having…

Sunscreen: Which is safest to use

Being outdoorsy comes with lots of pros, including fresh air, natural light, and regular exercise. Yet there is also one major disadvantage with being outside…

How to survive a wolf attack

Imagine that you’re having the hike of your dreams, the sun has just set, and you’re heading back to your campsite. All you’re thinking of…

How to survive a tsunami

Surviving a tsunami is not an easy thing, and for some it’s impossible. What’s important to understand from the start is that yes, you can…

You found a tick: What to do now

One of the biggest concerns to exploring the outdoors is exposure. You are vulnerable to the elements, wildlife, the sun, and even run the risk…