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The Training For Trekking Podcast

Jul 22, 2019

So you have a trek planned...but you also work a 60 hour week...

And have a family to look after...

And have a social life...

And somewhere in there, you want to allow some time to relax and unwind...

So how are you expected to spend hours every day walking?

One issue with traditional trek preparation programs is that they are the furthest thing away from 'time-efficient as is possible.

And while it is true that in order to BEST prepare for a trek - you need to get some serious training hours under your belt...

But what if that is not possible?

What if the most you can genuinely commit to was, say, 30 minutes a day?

Well, I have you covered.

Inside this episode of the Training For Trekking podcast, I share with you some strategies which will help you prepare for your trek, with the smallest time commitment possible.

It definitely isn't the BEST way of doing things.

And it probably won't get you in a position to 'enjoy every second' of your trek...

But it will get you through!

Inside this episode you will learn:

  • How my client Anneke got ready for Kilimanjaro in just 30 minutes a night
  • A few simple ways to combine your training with your social life
  • The only time that I recommend high-intensity interval training (HIIT) for trekkers
  • Some sneaky ways to cram some extra kilometres into your week


Looking for a fully comprehensive and personalised training package to get yourself fit, strong and resilient for your trek?

Check out the Online Summit Program.