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The Amazing Ways This Woman Trained To Climb Mt. Everest In A Mere 10 Days

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The Amazing Ways This Woman Trained To Climb Mt. Everest In A Mere 10 Days

The Amazing Ways This Woman Trained To Climb Mt. Everest In A Mere 10 Days

To get to the top of Mount Everest, it usually takes months.

According to Business Insider, it takes that long for a climber's body to adjust to hiking at that altitude.

But athlete and nutrition scientist Roxanne Vogel finished her 2019 climb in just 10 days!

To train for the feat, she slept and worked in a special altitude-simulating chamber for years.

She also completed grueling five hour-plus workouts on no food and limited her carb intake.

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