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Psssst: Want to get ridiculously fit for your next mountain? You’re in the right place!

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The High Altitude Training Formula

developed & tested by Sport Scientist, Kate Sielmann

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Get FITTER  (and faster)for your next adventure by using The High Altitude Training Formula and calculating how many hours you should be training per week.

Skip the guesswork and wasted hours (or no hours) of training by knowing EXACTLY how much you should be doing to reach YOUR  peak fitness for the adventure you’ve got planned 

Resting Heart Rate:


Highest altitude:


Highest altitude:

The highest point that you're planning on reaching. Eg. Kilimanjaro summit - 5,895m.


The intended number of days for the trek or expedition. Eg. Everest Base Camp - 12 days.

Resting Heart Rate

To calculate resting heart rate, put two fingers on the inner side of your wrist (thumb side). Count how many beats your have in 10 seconds and multiply that number by 6. That is your Resting Heart Rate.




Your results will be emailed to you shortly INCLUDING the 5 ways you should be training to get fit enough for your high altitude trek/expedition.


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You should be  training


hrs per week

in order to get fit enough for your next adventure!

Hey, did you know...

Calculating your weekly training hours is the FIRST step (of eight) to building your very own mountain-specific training plan that’s going to get you ridiculously fit (and fast) for your next adventure.

And BONUS this 8 Step Training System 👆 has been tried, tested & proven by thousands, just like you!

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