Everest Preparation Analysis Report: Jun 13, 2013
I am going to post a weekly update in graphical format showing my preparation progress prior to climbing Mt. Everest (departure date: 4/15/2014). The following figures and summary provide me - mostly - with an evaluation of my preparation and where I might be over-training or where I am accommodating the stress well.
Before I accumulate much data, I want to show you the progression of workload I intend to cover over the 45 weeks of preparation. The workout cycle is 5 sets of 3 week phases where each focuses on one aspect of training. The phases - prescribed by my Core Performance program are as follows:
|Foundation:||Technique oriented with gradual increase in workload|
|Stable:||Core development with even greater increase in workload|
|Strong:||Resistance training with emphasis on building strength rather than merely maintaining strength|
|Work:||Increase workload substantially to accommodate to long grinds|
|Powerful:||Plyometric exercises with even greater workload to bind the two energy systems|
Every week, I plan to update the blog with what I am doing to prepare for the climb including upcoming climbs, workout progress, and logistics preparation. Stay tuned.
You're biking again! Sweet :)ReplyDelete
Yep, biking again. My back doesn't like it but my legs sure benefit from a few hours each week of cycling. You'll have to join me sometime.Delete
I don't see skiing or other outdoor cold weather activities!!ReplyDelete
This looks like fun! I wish I could tolerate the elevation, but I know my physical limits!!
Sean (my brother) - come to base camp. You can join Kathy and Patrick.Delete
I love my geeky husband & his data :)ReplyDelete
Thanks my love and thanks for the support throughout all my wacky adventures.Delete