Ok so me and my friends are 12-13 years old and when we are maybe about 25 or 20 we want to climb mount everst we are praticing our climbing .. now but we need some ideas on how we can train better. we all dance and did track . but we need to train. so what are some ways?
Start by taking a rock climbing class at gym near your home. They will teach you how to use the basic equipment, like ropes, harnesses, carabiners, etc. This basic knowledge is vital and the sooner you learn it, the more time you have to become comfortable with it. On Everest, your mind can get foggy, so knowing how to use safety equipment needs to be second nature.
Once you’ve learned the basics of climbing, you need to learn how to ice climb. Everest is covered in snow and ice and you need to know how to use crampons and ice axes.
Third, you need to learn how your body responds to high altitude. Start with trips to short mountains and go progressively taller. When you start learning, find mountains to hike/climb that are 10,000-14,000 feet tall. If you feel comfortable at the top, try and climb even taller mountains. In North America, the closest you can get to Everest type elevations is Denali in Alaska. It’s only about 20,000 feet tall and less challenging than Everest, but it can still be quite difficult.
After that, if you feel confident, there really isn’t much to stand in your way.
You need to be in good shape, but even people who are in awesome shape can fail on Everest, because their bodies don’t respond well to elevation. Training at a high elevation helps, but the benefits are lost quickly when you return to lower altitudes. The major thing is to find out if your body can handle high altitude.