Kishore Dhankude - Hear How To Train Yourself The Right Way At FitaCon
Got mountaineering fever? The sky’s the limit with a fitness plan and climbing tips from globally renowned mountaineer Kishore Dhankude at FitaCon Event – Pune’s Largest Fitness Event.
Fitness for mountaineering requires a high overall level of physical conditioning. Furthermore, cardiovascular and motor fitness are needed to climb at varying levels of intensity and to navigate challenging terrain, often while carrying a loaded pack and at high altitudes.
Mr. Kishore Dhankude will be offering useful insights on:
- Endurance training
- Motor fitness
- Strength and power training
- Balance and agility training
- Stretching exercises
However, hearing the speech from Mr. Dhankude you’ll be able to know your fitness levels. Furthermore you will learn how to get physically and mentally fit, consistently preparing yourself for mountaineering.
Hearing Kishore Dhankude At FitaCon
Kishore says it take to adequately prepare for climbing mountains in the great ranges in the world, whether it’s a Denali climb or an expedition to Mt. Everest?
Unfortunately there is no single right answer to this question. People come in many shapes, sizes, and ability levels, therefore, each of them has unique physiologic which plays the central role in determining what it takes for us to adequately prepare for a chosen objective.
Kishore tells us just how he does it–and how you can, too, whether you’re gunning for Rainier or the toughest peak in your neck of the woods, Marathon or wish to climb Mt.Everest. You’ll learn everything from how to pick a hiking partner to what to eat at 14,000 feet. You’ll also get an exclusive look at his training regimen.
Brief About Kishore Dhankude
Kishor Dhankude is an enthusiastic mountaineer, mount climbing coach. Even more, he is a visionary who has made India proud. Finally, India is blessed for having such enthusiasts who thrive to lead the entire nation on a paramount success.
This Pune based mountaineer Kishor Dhankude wanted to climb Everest back to back from two sides – a feat no Indian has managed yet. Consistently, he have been already scaling the peaks. Moreover, what he managed last week was a tougher feat: cheating death. Even more, he was one of the scores of people who survived the monstrous avalanche – triggered by the Nepal earthquake – which wiped out at least 18 climbers at the Everest base camp.
Your success begins with making an investment in your own health and well-being.
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