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Mark Cavendish, the British cyclist, endured over 10 hours in the saddle of an exercise bike to climb equal the height of Everest. You can say that he is Everested!!!!
Mark Cavendish accomplished the latest homespun feat by a sports star in corona virus lock-down in 10 hours 37 minutes and 32 seconds. After the 211 kilometre virtual ascent, he got the idea how it would be when the weather would be bad on Everest.
The cyclist, Mark Cavendish, requires four more Tour de France stage wins to equal Eddy Merckx’s record (the Belgian legend). Mark Cavendish just came through a battle with clinical depression.
Giulio Ciccone from Italy also had a climb of over 10,000 meters from his balcony on a similar training bike as Mark Cavendish used. Geraint Thomas, former Tour de France champion raised more than 300,000 Euros for Britain’s National Health Service after a 36-hour indoor cycling stint.
Geraint Thomas rode a three round of 12-hour rides over three days on a turbo bike in the garage of his home in Cardiff to raise funds to tackle the COVID-19 outbreak. “Captain Tom” Moore.
Captain Tom Moore, a World War II veteran that turned 100 on Thursday, raised over 30 million for the National Health Service by doing laps of his garden, with the aid of a walker.
Maybe these heroes inspire and motivate you to start your own adventure life. If you are planning to visit some of the most interesting places on Earth, climbing is a nice suggestion for you.
First of all, you need to allocate some resources and time to your goal. Then you need to find an experienced partner. If you could not find such a guy, hire a guide. Read as much as mountaineering books you can.
Improve your mountaineering skills and get in good shape through hiking, running and climbing. Also you can hit up a 30 centimetres high box to simulate hiking uphill or take a staircase in in a skyscraper.
Although work out is crucial for preparation for mountain climbing, but going to the gym does not replace climbing the mountains.
Never assume yourself stronger than Mother Nature or else, she will kick you in the gut. Choose reasonable objectives, plan and climb smart.
Always have plan B and call for help if necessary.