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Join South Tyrolean mountaineer Tamara Lunger every two days as she broadcasts her home training on her Instagram channel. A home workout to stay in shape and have fun.
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Nanga Parbat in winter: Tamara Lunger and Simone Moro
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Join South Tyrolean mountaineer Tamara Lunger every two days as she broadcasts her home training on her Instagram channel. A home workout to stay in shape and have fun.

Tamara Lunger needs no introduction. For the benefit of those who don’t know her though, it would be fair to say that the 33-year-old South Tyrolean mountaineer is blessed with a truly special "engine" that gives her the ability to deal with fatigue like few others. Plus, she accompanies everything she does with a broad, genuine smile.

After laying the foundations by excelling in ski mountaineering competitions, in 2014 she became the second Italian in the history of mountaineering to reach the summit of K2, after Nives Meroi of course. Without supplementary oxygen, of course.

In 2016 she had the lucidity and ability to abandon her attempt just below the summit of Nanga Parbat, while climbing partners Simone Moro, Alex Txikon and Ali Sadpara pushed on to make the historic first winter ascent of this Pakistani giant.

Together with Moro she ascended Lhotse in 2010 and the extremely cold Pik Pobeda in 2018, while the duo attempted Manaslu in winter 2015 and recently returned from a failed attempt on Gasherbrum.

In short, if anyone knows how to get fit, she definitely does. During the Coronavirus crises she has now invited everyone to train with her, on every second day (every even number). All you need is a mat and the desire to put in some effort. Her workout starts at 17:00 today.

- Click here to for Tamara Lunger's home workout on her Instagram story today at 17:00

Click here to see all La Sportiva athletes train at home: #sportividicasa

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