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Workout

Reinhold Messner

~16 min.
~192 kcal

Reinhold Andreas Messner (born 17 September 1944 in Brixen) is an Italian mountaineer from South Tyrol, a German-speaking province in Italy.

Interesting Fact

Messner's first major Himalayan climb was in 1970 to the summit of Nanga Parbat. The expedition turned out to be a tragic success - his brother Günther died in the avalanche on the descent from the mountain. Reinhold lost seven toes, which had become badly frostbitten during the climb and required amputation. This was only a start of his obsession with mountaineering. It was impossible to completely avoid the hazards, and Messner perfectly understood it and recognised the consequences that would follow. He was the first climber to ascend all fourteen peaks over 8,000 metres above sea level. And the fact that some of these eight-thousanders he ascended alone and without supplementary oxygen impresses even more.

Quote

In every person's life there comes a moment when they feel the need to fully express themselves, reach the limit of their potential.

Warm Up
Hammock
1
Level: 1
8
Wall Slide (stand facing the anchor point)
1
Level: 1
8
Golf
1
Level: 1
6
Tilt
1
Level: 1
8
Y Stretch
1
Level: 1
8 sec.
L extension
1
Level: 1
S1
8
L extension
1
Level: 1
S2
8
Side tilt
1
Level: 1
6
Main exercises
Backward lunge with leg change
8
Level: 6
10
I-Y-T slide
10
Level: 2
6
Archer pull
7
Level: 3
10
Mountain Climber
7
Level: 2
12
Backward lunge with leg change
8
Level: 6
10
I-Y-T slide
10
Level: 2
6
Archer pull
7
Level: 3
10
Mountain Climber
7
Level: 2
12
Backward lunge with leg change
8
Level: 6
10
I-Y-T slide
10
Level: 2
6
Archer pull
7
Level: 3
10
Mountain Climber
7
Level: 2
12
Side lunge (alternating)
5
Level: 3
12
Push ups pike
8
Level: 2
6
Y abduction - Forearm flexion - Low pull
8
Level: 3
4
Tilted march
8
Level: 3
12
Side lunge (alternating)
5
Level: 3
12
Push ups pike
8
Level: 2
6
Y abduction - Forearm flexion - Low pull
8
Level: 3
4
Tilted march
8
Level: 3
12
Side lunge (alternating)
5
Level: 3
12
Push ups pike
8
Level: 2
6
Y abduction - Forearm flexion - Low pull
8
Level: 3
4
Tilted march
8
Level: 3
12