iFit to hold first-ever live workout from Mt. Everest

One of the best parts of the iFit platform is the scenic workouts led by experienced trainers. On Monday, iFit is doing something that’s never been done. They’re hosting a live workout from Mt. Everest.

iFit is currently filming a new series: Everest: A Trek to Base Camp. During this live workout, you’ll climb up Kalla Pattar with an iFit Trainer and everyone else from iFit community who is partaking in the class while learning more about the trail. During the workout, you’ll reach the end of the workout at 18,300 feet, getting a taste of what Mt. Everest has to offer and enjoying the views of the Himalayas.

Event schedule

March 21 at 8 p.m., EST—Instagram Live Q&A to meet the iFit Trainers on the iFit account

March 22 at 8 p.m., EST—A Sunrise Trek on Everest: Live Workout, streaming from Nepal

Late spring, 2021—Release of the new Everest: A Trek to Base Camp Series

Mt. Everest Series

As we mentioned earlier, the iFit team is currently filming an 18-workout series on Mt. Everest. During the series, you’ll experience steady-speed workouts with Lydia Bradey, climbs with Kenton Cool, and recovery days with Ang Tshering Lama.

Kenton Cool: Cool has summited Mt. Everest a total of 14 times in his mountaineering career, once reaching the daunting peak twice in the same week.

Lydia Bradey: Bradey is the first woman to successfully summit Mt. Everest without supplemental oxygen. She is also the only woman to have successfully guided a group of climbers to Everest’s summit five times.

Ang Tshering Lama: In 2017, Lama – a passionate climber and philanthropist – was part of the world’s highest-altitude rescue, during which he and his team saved two climbers at 28,215 feet elevation on Everest.


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