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Awesome Video Proves Best Way to Grow Amazing Beard is To Walk Through China

Entertainment | Gabe Zaldivar | June 16, 2015

Awesome Video Proves Best Way to Grow Amazing Beard is To Walk Through China

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Travel’s transformative power is on full display in this captivating and hypnotic video of one man’s journey throughout China.

Spotted by Fox News, the following video was originally posted to YouTube in 2009 by author and world traveler Christoph Rehage who managed to walk a remarkable 2,800 miles in 2008.

Enduring that kind of jaunt will have serious repercussions. We assume there were plenty of tattered shoes used on the trip and those dogs belonging to Rehage must have been barking something fierce after that momentous walk.

But the one thing we know for sure is that spending that much time on the road is good for the soul as well as your respective beard game.

Rehage went from baby face to lumberjack in the span of one awesome video:

Like Forrest Gump, Rehage eventually stopped his journey, but that doesn’t mean his travels have ceased.

His YouTube channel features a few other videos that archive one man’s obsession with traveling.

The following is a beautiful look at Prague over a couple nights.

But if you are into videos that show how a lengthy adventure can change someone’s appearance, you might want to take a gander at a video we referenced before.

Andy Davidhazy took on the Herculean task of walking the Pacific Crest Trail from Mexico to Canada.

By the end this intrepid hiker lost weight and gained his own holiday whiskers, proving that the one thing you never bring on a journey of this magnitude is a razor.

Not that we plan on walking across a country anytime soon, because we prefer things like amenities and showers.

But we sure do enjoy seeing the feats of amazing people who see an entire country and think it would make for a nice stroll.

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