12 Week Mountaineering Training Plan and Nutrition E-Book


59.00 $


Looking for a Mountaineering Training Plan?

ELEVATION aims to provide a safe and secure environment to those who are either looking for a weekend away from the city, wanting to experience a different type of travel and tourism, or looking for some hiking and training sessions to better prepare for a bigger challenge i.e. Kilimanjaro! These all fall under ‘Explore’, ‘Train’ and ‘Achieve’.

Under ‘Train’, Training sessions all year long for those who are simply looking to keep fit to those preparing to climb bigger mountains around the world i.e, The Seven Summits! Whatever your goal might be, get in contact to join the training sessions or we can work on a tailored-made program just for you.


If you’d like to try out a training plan at your own pace, that’s covered right here.. Watch the video below for a quick view of the 12 Week Mountaineering Training Plan and Nutrition E-Book:

The 12 Week Mountaineering Training Plan has been created to prepare those wanting to climb a mountain such as Kilimanjaro, Elbrus, and others alike, accomodating to the difficulty of the mountain by adding heavier backpack weights and duration of the trip or expedition. It includes:

  • Nutrition Fundamentals
  • Benefits of Training
  • Training Program Rationale
  • Understanding the Training Template
  • Warming Up & Cooling Down
  • Rucking Challenge! (Training with a weighted backpack)
  • Stretches
  • Exercise Manual
  • Anatomy Chart
  • 12 Weeks Training Program

This 12-Week Training Plan is a program that focuses on cardiovascular conditioning, core, upper, and lower body strength. This will give mountaineers, hikers, and trekkers a phenomenal preparation to overcome even the toughest terrains.

This plan is designed such that only a backpack is required throughout the whole training. Yes, that’s right! A backpack alone is enough to give you an intense workout, we’ll show you how it’s done.

We recommend you find terrain like the mountain you are training for, with a goal to adjust and progress to carry a backpack weight that you will be carrying (or more) with the intended duration of that hike during your trip.

Reach out if you have any questions.

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