Born in Punjab and living in Ireland for more than 40 years, the 70-year-old veteran has claimed that he has completed a journey of 40,075 kilometers equal to the circumference of the Earth in 1,500 days and has also applied for the Guinness World Record is. According to him, he has completed the 'Earth Walk' journey without leaving his home town of Limerick.
Vinod Bajaj started the journey in August 2016 with the intention of reducing weight and body shaping. As he lost weight, his enthusiasm for walking increased. For this, he adopted many paths and when weather-related problems would come, he would complete this journey in the mall. Bajaj said that by walking seven kilometers every week for the first three months, my weight reduced by eight kilograms due to reduced 700 calories daily. I lost another 12 kg in the next six months. I lost weight due to walking and I had not made any change in the diet.
7600 km journey completed the first year
Retired engineer and business consultant Bajaj grew up in Chennai. He moved to Glasgow to study management in 1975 and moved to Ireland 43 years ago. He said that by the end of the first year I had traveled 7,600 km and I was surprised to know that I had traveled from India to Ireland. I walked continuously and by the end of two years, I had traveled 15,200 kilometers and found that I had actually walked more than the circumference of the Moon (10,921 kilometers). After this, I decided to walk the circumference of Mars (21,344 km).