Andy Torbet - Extreme Diver, Climber, Adventurer Sportsman, Author and Presenter.
"Being fit is a core part of my job and life, it's also an essential tool in avoiding danger, mitigating risk and getting myself out of some of the 'problems' I've encountered over the years".
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Mountaineering 9:09'59.4, 14.59 km
Pool swimming 6:44'23.8 Average heart rate 91 bpm
Snorkelling down the River Severn. Not at a great pace I hasten to add. It's less than 15 miles and took me almost 7 hours...great way to see the wildlife though
Circuit training 0:37'00.5 Average heart rate 154 bpm
Short and Sharp. This doesn't include the 20 cycle warm up or warm down, this is just circuit. Climbing later so didn't want to want myself early.
Circuit training 0:50'35.9 Average heart rate 150 bpm
Circuit training 1:13'22.6 Average heart rate 132 bpm
A bit of Pre-Festing phys at Dive Fest 2011...I thought I'd best burn off some calories before hitting the party especially as those nice men from Suunto were giving away free beer (which is effectively a recovery shake)
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Amazing! Ascending a mountain at 100km/h :)
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I didn't turn the GPS on for the first 2km. The data also only covers first to last peak not the ascent and descent from the Ridge - that was another 5.5 hours of effort...
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